Welcome to episode nine of Fiction Forward! This week, author Caleb Roehrig (pronounced like RARE-ig) joins us to chat about LGBT+ in YA fiction, his new book White Rabbit, and how having your shit together is a lie.
If you were looking for every YA release set for 2018, this is your lucky day.
Jackie welcomes Cat Skinner of Your Beta Reader to the show to chat about beta reading and sensitivity reading!
I’m inspired to write a book. Are you?
This book was interesting, well-written and immersive. just like book one. The lack of split POVs and the focus on Jahan’s storyline helped Bates a lot here.
So you didn’t go to BookCon. Or you did, but you didn’t do all of the shopping you wanted to. No worries, we’ve got you. Check out this list of some great bookish buys from exhibitors who were at BookCon this year!
Magic, Powerful Women, LGBT+ Authors & More! We’ll take you through our favorite panels of BookCon 2018!
Ah, June. BEA and BookCon have come to a close. Summer is starting. And on Twitter, Pitch Wars season is upon us.
I have such intensely mixed feelings about Fat Girl on a Plane. It was so well-written, and still fell kind of flat for me.
Down in the Belly of the Whale has… a lot to unpack.
All of your last-minute BEA/BookExpo questions, answered.
Furyborn will keep you up at night. It will grip you and not let you go until you can peel your eyes off the pages to try to get some sleep (so that you can read more in the morning). Savor it.
Tessa Gratton’s King Lear-inspired book was a well-written, fun read, but not a huge page-turner for me.
Gabriela Herstik gave the world an empowering, knowledge-filled, witchy how-to guide in the form of Craft: How to be a Modern Witch. Even if it’s not the book you want, it’s definitely the book you need.
Welcome to Fiction Forward episode #8, a short book news roundup!
I can honestly say that Children of Blood and Bone deserves every bit of praise and hype it’s gotten, plus infinitely more.
Fictionist had the opportunity to ask author C.C. Hunter a few questions!