Monday, October 18, 2010

Meet Us At The Crossroads Blog Tour - Day 3

What is the main difference in how you write between your Adult & YA books?

I think the main difference is that in my YA books the plot is more streamlined, with fewer tangents. But I’m not sure if that’s because it’s YA or because it’s a different story, with a different editor.

What can you tell us about any of your upcoming projects?

In November, I’ll have a short story in a YA vampire anthology called ETERNAL: MORE LOVE STORIES WITH BITE. Then SHADE’s sequel SHIFT comes out in May. My fourth vampire book for adults, LET IT BLEED, comes out in August. In the fall, Logan Keeley from SHADE and SHIFT gets to tell his story in an anthology called ENTHRALLED, which is a collection of stories by the authors on this year’s Smart Chicks Kick It Tour.

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Make sure to visit all the other bolgs to find the clues!



Wow...she sounds busy. I think I'd need an assistant to keep up with all that! And the author with the post it notes might need to share a pad or two with her. And can someone give her a gift certificate to a tropical island with no electricity and no cell phone reception? She's gonna need it! I have Shade beside my bed ready to read, but I can't deside if I want to wait until Shift comes out. I hate waiting for sequels and I've seen nothing but good reviews on Shade, like "I stayed up all night reading it." and "It was so good I just couldn't put it down." Decisions, Decisions.

Buried in Books

- Melissa - said...

I'm making my friend drive me to the bookstore tomorrow, and this is one of the books I'll be getting! ♥