First off, I’m so excited that io9 has posted the first glimpse of Rachel Caine’s wonderful trailer for her even more amazing book PRINCE OF SHADOWS, coming in February 2014, but available now for preorder. A thrilling retelling of the star-crossed tale of Romeo and Juliet, from the New York Times bestselling author of theContinue reading “Romeo and Revisions”
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Exciting new releases and NaNoWriMo Tips!
First, three crazy-exciting new releases today: DAYLIGHTERS by Rachel Caine, the culmination of her Morganville Vampires series (15 books and all awesome – how does she do it?), a fabulous fantasy debut, THE GOLDEN CITY by J. Kathleen Cheney and TO DANCE WITH THE DEVIL, the latest Blood Singer novel from Cat Adams Here’s aContinue reading “Exciting new releases and NaNoWriMo Tips!”
Revisions and critiques
Lots of great NaNoWriMo advice floating around Twitter, much of it revolving around the truism that once you finish those 50,000 words (or however much you’ve been able to accomplish), you have not =finished= the book. First, 50,000 words is often too short to be considered a novel, depending on the age group for whichContinue reading “Revisions and critiques”