Our topic at the SFF Seven this week is our favorite Christmas-adjacent (or other holiday-adjacent) movies. Now, I’m a Christmas-loving gal, so if you don’t celebrate or don’t care, feel free to skip. This will not be on the final.
Our topic at the SFF Seven this week is our favorite quote of gratitude. Mine is very simple – and profound enough that it’s shaped much of my life. Come on over to find out what it is.
This week at the SFF Seven, we’re sharing a snippet from a work in progress. We’re supposed to “tease” with one paragraph, but I’m going the extra multiple-paragraph mile. Since UNDER A WINTER SKY releases this week (you can preorder until Thursday for only $5.99, when the price goes up), I’m sharing the first chapter and a hint of the second chapter of my novella, The Long Night of the Crystalline Moon. This story is a prequel to a brand new series I’m starting, Heirs of Magic. Book One is THE GOLDEN GRYPHON AND THE BEAR PRINCE, and will be out in January. It picks up where The Long Night of the Crystalline Moon leaves off.
Apropos of #NaNoWriMo, our topic at the SFF Seven this week is “How long should my book be?” We’re exploring the seemingly ever changing definitions of “book” length, novella length, etc. Come on over for the answer!
This week at the SFF Seven, we’re digging in the bone yard and resurrecting… a backlist book!
Yeah, okay – not all that creepy.
But I did pick one of my very first publications that has significant creepitude. Come on over to find out more!
Our topic at the SFF Seven this week is: To NaNoRiMo or not. Come on over for my advice!
I’m sending a shoutout to my bestie Grace Draven this week, celebrating the long-anticipated release of THE IPPOS KING on Tuesday, October 6, 2020. I read an early copy and this book is amazing and wonderful and totally worth the wait. (I know her website still says September, but it really comes out Tuesday!) (Also, Grace might be a dear friend, but she became my friend because I read and loved her books. So, I’m biased, but in the best possible way. This is really is a wonderful book!)
Our topic at the SFF Seven this week is Nitpicking – venting about things or thinking about the value of attention to detail.
Also, I’m super excited to be doing this online event “at” Love’s Sweet Arrow bookstore with my brilliant author friends Maria Vale, Amanda Bouchet, and Kait Ballenger. Danielle Dresser, Editorial Manager for Fresh Fiction will moderate. Join us on Saturday, September 26, at 3pm ET for fun conversation! You can register here.
Our topic at the SFF Seven this week is: How do you define Critique Partners, Alpha Readers, and Beta Readers?
I think this was my topic suggestion because I was sincerely interested in everyone’s definitions. Seriously, I feel like writers use these terms very differently depending on the person. Come on over for my take.