The end of the Anastasia Phoenix series is almost here! Take a peek inside the final book, End of the Lie, which releases on March 4, 2019. ***** He handed me the gift, and my hear ...
Don’t miss the Prompt Tour for We Told Six Lies by Victoria Scott, which releases on Tuesday, February 5, 2019! Mysteries and thrillers are filling up the bookshelves and the bests ...
Entangled Teen authors are hosting a fun-filled Instagram event from December 10-21st. ...
Be sure to visit Hypable.com to see the exclusive cover reveal for Perfected by Kate Jarvik Birch PLUS enter to win original artwork from Kate. About Perfected: Ever since the government passed legislation allowing people to be... Read more »
Acquiring a second novel from an author is very different from acquiring his or her debut. Whereas a debut is a blank slate to be molded as it will, a sophomore novel brings with it the expectations... Read more »
In The Reece Malcolm List, Devan keeps a secret list of any information she can gather about her reclusive mother, Reece Malcolm. At the start of the story, all she knows about her mom are five things:... Read more »
Everything in life has rules. Never stand while the vehicle is in motion. Do not tear the tags off a mattress. In San Francisco you’re not allowed to pile horse manure more than six feet high on... Read more »
Today’s my birthday—pretty special, even though I’m a few years past 30 (“few” is subjective, mind). So since it’s my birthday, and at the risk of sounding like Christoper Walken as The Continental (come on in), I’m... Read more »
The reason I acquired Cindi Madsen’s All the Broken Pieces is a secret. I often say I am looking for books that are “high concept,” and a lot of authors tend to pull their hair out trying... Read more »
Today I’m talking about something that I’ve been asked about often, and that almost every writer at some time has deliberated on, particularly now when so much in publishing is changing. Having an agent. Assuming you’ve decided... Read more »
I had the good fortune to be one of the early readers for Lea Nolan’s Conjure. Before I was even halfway through I knew that Liz had found something special in Lea’s writing—an ancient curse, hoodoo (not... Read more »