For every book we release, we typically feature an interview with one of its major characters. This week we were going to sit down and chat with someone from Sand to Glass by Remy Apepp, but something . . . a bit unusual happened. Read below to find out what it was!
Every time we release a book, we’ll post an interview with its author during the month before the book is published. Our next novel, Sand to Glass, comes out on November 1st. Sand to Glass is a dark literary fantasy about a kingdom on the edge of destruction, and we are interviewing Remy Apepp, who loves to explore characters’ psychology and transformations.
Let me chat about my serial novel Surviving in Horror, because it perfectly demonstrates one method of getting ideas. (And how you can get them, too.)
But let me go back and explain.
Last November (2020), I decided to do National Novel Writing Month. Only, instead of a novel, I would get myself out of my writing slump by writing short stories to prompts. My prompts went like this: each day, I would go to the alphabetically next part of my bookcase and look at the first three authors. The first book I owned by each author was my prompt; the author’s name of the third book was the name of my character:
This post first appeared in Katherine Vick's blog.
There is something I feel the need to address.
I have been chastised. Gently, it is true. But chastised I was, by two different persons on the same matter upon their reading my beloved opus, The Disposable. And I felt I had to take heed given they had both offered up the same complaint – why, oh why in creating my masterpiece had I not provided them with any decent places to stop reading? Because, as you may have noticed, The Disposable is on a roll. It has no chapters.
For every book we release, we'll feature an interview with one of its major characters. This week we sat down to chat with Princess Pleasance from The Merry Band. (Well, she was supposed to have been with the Merry Band. . . .) Read below to see what the poor kidnapped Royal had to say.
For every book we release, we'll be sure to post a review of it during the week before the book comes out. Our next book, The Merry Band by Katherine Vick, is the sequel to The Disposable and comes out on August 2nd. This review comes from Terrence Saville.
Every time we release a book, we’ll post an interview with its author during the month before the book is published. Our next novel, The Merry Band, comes out on August 2nd. The Merry Band is the sequel to The Disposable, which has been hailed as "a fun read for all...totally immersive and engaging from the first page" (Darcia Helle). Today we are sequel-interviewing Katherine Vick, the mastermind behind the exuberantly funny, anarchic adventures of Fodder and friends.
Spring is here, and we're excited about the warmer weather, as well as the two new books we've got in the works!
The Disposable's first publishing anniversary is coming up on April 1st - no joke! - and, come late summer, it will be a big sister! The second book in Katherine Vick's hilarious Plot Bandits trilogy is on its way! The Merry Band may be slightly longer than The Disposable, but it doesn't drag-on. (Or does it?) It'll dwarf the competition; you'd better prepare your elf!
Happy St. Patty’s Day, and luck o’ the Irish to ye! (You bet I'm wearing green today, as I'm not fond of getting pinched. ;)
Thinking of shenanigans and malarkey . . . It’s been a while since we’ve done a fun blog post related to one or more of our novels, such as a character interview, so we thought it was high time to have some fun with our books here again!
It's almost Valentine's Day, and we're feeling the love! As a token of our love for all our fans, followers, family, and friends (and that was to show our love for alliteration!) we've put our most romantic book on sale. From now through February 17th, the e-book of Painter of the Dead is only 99 cents! This tantalizing paranormal romance brings ancient Egypt to life in modern-day Chicago.