Sorry this is late, and regular readers you will probably notice that I’m meant to do a writerly update this week, but I decided to do a swap because I found a great resource that I just had to share. On a website called Write About Dragons you can see the complete video footage of … More Writing Tip Wednesday: Writing Tips from Brandon Sanderson.
I was reading this very interesting (and funny) post the other day by guest writer Ben. H. Winters over at Publishing Crawl all about his theory of rotating dessert. He suggests you write two books at once, and as someone who does this I would have to agree. Now I know it’s not for everyone, … More Writing Tip Wednesday: Write two books at once.
Synopsis from Goodreads: 13 books. 13 nightmares. 1 destiny. I click my fingers and everybody dies. Sam wakes from his nightmare to discover the terrifying reality. It will come true. Kidnapped from school and finding out his parents aren’t who he thinks they are, Sam is suddenly running from danger at every turn. Nothing will … More Review: The Last Thirteen by James Phelan.
It’s been about three weeks since my last update and in that time I’ve been mainly working on two projects. I’m still working on my rewrite of my urban sci-fi novel rift. I’m about half way through now which is really exciting. Because it’s a rewrite though, I have to cut heaps of sections that … More A Writerly Update 11.
Welcome to this week’s Fiction Friday, today I am reviewing the YA contemporary romance ‘Camp Boyfriend’ by J.K. Rock. Synopsis from Goodreads: The summer of her dreams is about to get a reality check. They said it couldn’t be done, but geeky sophomore Lauren Carlson transformed herself into a popular girl after moving to a … More Fiction Friday: Review ‘Camp Boyfriend’ by J.K. Rock.
*I apologize that this post is a day late, when I went to write it last night I came down with a terrible migraine. If you’re a writer of YA then you might want to read this article from the Publishers Weekly website. Sue Corbett interviews some agents to find out what their perspectives are … More Writing Tip Wednesday: Agents on YA trends.