Me: All right. I am going to open this laptop now and get some work done on that new project I want to start. The kids are gone all weekend. I have no excuses. I must write. You can’t edit a blank page.
Also Me: It is known.
Still Me: It is known!
[Open laptop, spend next two hours watching Game of Thrones clips and reaction videos]
That’s right – the love triangle! Some people love ’em – some people hate ’em. I happen to love love love them, both reading at writing. Today on the Swoon Reads blog, yours truly is giving a take on the moment of decision in a love triangle, along with my Swoon sisters, Karole Cozzo and Chani Lynn Feener!
Check out the post here!
I’m sorry, Mother. It’s the only prayer I know, and I pray it as the blackness takes me.
Like a book? Let someone – hell, let everyone know! The author will appreciate it, and other readers will appreciate your recommendation!
Just want to give a shout-out to bookvenger on Instagram for this gorgeous pic! I’m so in love!
. . . that swelling warmth inside of me.
I don’t like the idea of him being alone.
He’s been alone too long.
There it is in all its glory: my first aesthetic for DREAMER! It’s just a little glimpse of some of the adventures and moments that Jessa gets to experience and of course, you get to tag along! TRAVELER got us started, but DREAMER is when you need to fasten your seatbelt and prepare for one wild ride through the multiverse. Everyone ups their game in this one, and Jessa has to learn to depend on her most valuable resource: herself (or ‘selves’).
I know it’s maddening having to wait for this one to hit the shelves, but I promise, you’re going to be blown away when it does. I am fiercely proud of how DREAMER came out. You’re going to love it!
“Like we’re two old shoes sitting side by side in the same closet.”
“I’m an old shoe?” He makes an exaggerated face. “Well, that’s not very romantic, is it?”
“It’s romantic,” I defend myself. “Aging is wildly romantic. Not everyone gets the luxury of growing old together.”
That’s me, signing for the beautiful and utterly awesome Jessica at Barnes & Noble’s B-Fest teen book festival this weekend in Exton, Pennsylvania! And before that, I got my butt whooped at YA trivia at B-Fest in Plymouth Meeting, PA. I swear to God, Stephanie was a ringer sent in from corporate or something. She was like the Yoda of YA. She knew every title, every cover, every plotline–she was nothing short of amazing.
And along with Jessica and Stephanie, I got to meet so many new faces, some who already had the book and some who stopped to say “Whoa, look at that cover!” then heard my pitch, and walked away with a copy.
All in all, despite the long day, it was a world of fun. Anytime I can get to know readers (or potential readers), it’s a good time.
Thanks again to Barnes & Noble for hosting me, and I’ll see you all next year at B-Fest 2018!