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monkeybicycle 7h
New today: with and her new novel, BESOTTED—out now from .
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kim magowan Mar 2
My book! (The ARC). Grateful thanks to and !
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Gabino Iglesias Jun 17
I see a lot of writers who are new to Twitter using hashtags like and to connect with folks here. Let's help them out. If you're here to talk books and writing, sound off and let's connect.
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Farooq Ahmed Jun 17
Friends, in 3 short months KANSASTAN will be out in the world from Do yourselves (and me) a huge favor by pre-ordering it here:
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Josh Denslow Jun 16
NOT EVERYONE IS SPECIAL on the Father’s Day display at !!!
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Josh Denslow Jun 15
Hey Chicago! and I are notable! See you Thursday!
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Aatif Rashid Jun 10
Interviews are fun partly because talking about your work helps you understand it in a new way. Thanks for this great conversation! To everyone else, enjoy my ramblings and half-sentences as I reflect on art, Philip Roth, representation, etc.:
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Aatif Rashid Jun 10
Great to wake up this morning to a review—thanks so much ⁦⁩! “...humorous, edgy early-twentysomething coming-of-age...at times, cutting nearly to the point of drawing blood.”
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G.C. Ramey Jun 9
Looks like a great indie publisher! Support them.
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Abby Jun 7
Received my signed copy of Besotted () today - totally worth the wait!! 😃📖📚🎉 Thank you !!!!!!
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Aatif Rashid May 31
OK, just a few paintings left to go--for those who haven't been following, I'm sharing the paintings that appear/feature in my novel. Here is the painting from Chapter Nine: William Hollman Hunt's The Eve of St. Agnes, 1848 (1/3).
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Josh Denslow Jun 1
This is tomorrow!
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Why There Are Words May 30
Thanks for including in this great roundup!
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Melissa Duclos Jun 1
Happening now! If you’re in the Portsmouth, NH area come by the Barnes and Noble in Newington to say hi!
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Melissa Duclos Jun 2
A reader told me my book made him realize lesbian couples have the same relationship struggles as straight couples. He’d never thought of that before—that falling in love is vulnerable and scary for everyone.
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Bob Conklin May 24
I just submitted to 7.13 Books via - Heads up . They're seeking literary comedies.
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7.13 Books May 24
What I would’ve given to be there with you with my own wheelbarrow!
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sara lippmann May 23
I murdered the library at camp this summer and all I have left is this essay dear to my heart
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TNBBC May 17
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Josh Denslow May 16
Honored spent time with NOT EVERYONE IS SPECIAL (). He compares my speculative world building to and Manuel Gonzales (I love both!) and says it's "full of genuine characters and off-kilter humor."
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