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Welcome back!! *pats chair* *gives you a cookie* It’s time for more swoony boys in fiction!
Swoony Boy Alerts are reoccurring posts in which we, and YOU, awesome reader, swoon together over our favorite male characters. Congrats and tackle hugs to our last swoony boy post winner, Miranda, who won a copy of If I Stay and Where She Went by the awesome Gayle Forman, and to Meg, who won a copy of Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor for her contribution to this weeks post. HUGE thanks to everyone who emailed with your swoon and suggestions, the response was overwhelming.
Up this week: Four from Divergent by Veronica Roth.Read More »
First up: some swoon for you.
Moving on. I once saw a blog post on YA Highway from Veronica Roth (FOUR!SWOON!) about how to know when to trunk your manuscript, and how many times you really do have to read and revise your own book before it’s ready to query/publish. One of her points was that you’d better love your own novel because if you are lukewarm on it after revision one, you’re going to want to slit your wrists by the tenth revision (okay of course she didn’t say that, that’s my own dramatic flair).Read More »