You might have noticed we get a hefty amount of book previews here at Booked All Night (most recently one for Maggie Steifvater’s Swamp Thing: Thing Branches). And if you were on our mailing list, you’d already have all of the previews.
As it says at the bottom of our posts, you’ll always get a monthly ICYMI e-mail, with a collection of all our posts from the last 30 days. We ran a few subscriber only giveaways this year and because you weren’t on our list you didn’t even see them! And the giveaways that you did see, well, our subscribers got to build up entries a week before you, which totally increased their chances of free books!
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Writing Spaces and Retreats
This week we had the quintessential Spring writing chat: what to do about our writing spaces and where to take them. Writing spaces have shrunk during the pandemic and many coffee houses still aren’t offering in person seating. How do we writers get away and respark our motivation when we don’t have the space to stretch our creative muscles? The answer: writing retreats. But are retreats worth it? That and more on this week’s episode.
Ask Maureen Johnson A Question
Maureen Johnson is the #1 New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of several YA novels, including 13 Little Blue Envelopes, Suite Scarlett, The Name of the Star, and Truly Devious. She has also done collaborative works, such as Let It Snow with John Green and Lauren Myracle (now on Netflix), and several works in the Shadowhunter universe with Cassandra Clare. Her work has appeared in publications such as The New York Times, Buzzfeed, and The Guardian, and she has also served as a scriptwriter for EA Games. She has an MFA in Writing from Columbia University and lives in New York City.
An Interview with Molly E Lee
You know what Court of Wings and Ruin needed? More smut. We discuss this and other amazing things in this interview with Molly E Lee.