Love this poster from Pop Chart Lab!
Fast paced and action packed, bubbling over with ideas and full of heart, DANGEROUS is a dangerously addictive read.
Often at school or Skype visits I’m asked how often I revise my work. True it’s usually the teacher asking this question, and s/he of course has an ulterior motive, but I think it is equally gratifying for both the teacher and me to see the shock on the kids faces when I say that I revise so many times, I lose track. This is a screenshot that shows just some of the files in my “Water Castle Folder”. If you look in the lower left corner, it says “63 items”. So that means I have at least 63 files related to The Water Castle on my computer. Some are research documents, others are artwork. But a lot of those are different drafts of scenes or the novel as a whole. So, next time I’m asked how many drafts I do, I guess I can safely say 50 partial drafts. 50!
Tumblr won’t let me respond asscrown-noahshaw, but I love this question! I’m lucky enough to get to read Sarah’s stuff early and give her feedback (if she even needs it!), so my answer to this is actually that I’m on Team Alex-Gets-the-New-Hottie-in-Heir-of-Fire-Calling-Dibs-Now-Sorry-Ladies. So many new fictional dreamboats in Heir of Fire, you don’t even know. YOU DON’T EVEN KNOW.
We would like to second this. Book 3 = swoon city.
Bright Before Sunrise takes place in ONE night – and each of the chapters is time stamped – so why not do a read-along and experience Brighton & Jonah’s night together?
The book begins at 12:57p.m. and ends at 2:46a.m. – you do NOT have to commit to that whole…
TOMORROW! GET EXCITED!
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