eBooks Rule!

For the first time in my life, I passed over buying a book that grabbed by attention because… …it wasn’t offered in digital format. If you had asked me a couple of years ago what I thought about ebooks, I would have given you an answer similar to Audrey Niffenegger (the author of The Time … Read moreeBooks Rule!

Rotten Rejections

I stumbled upon the following gems while attempting to gather statistics (via the internet) on what percentage of books get picked up by agents, but are never sold to publishers.  I have a novel currently on submission (via my agent Weronika Janczuk), and I was (somewhat morbidly) curious about just how bad my odds of … Read moreRotten Rejections

In Which a Lark Becomes a Monster

I don’t recall the exact date the baby monster apparated into my living room, but it was a number of years ago.  He was a small fluffy thing with big brown eyes and steel-blue down, and he made soft, deep signs when I wrapped my palms around him.  Back then, he was just a short story, really, and I couldn’t imagine him getting much bigger.  I was wrong. 

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