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Category Archives: Doves
Starling will once again be available starting February 14, 2017. This newly edited and expanded edition is over 5,000 words longer than the original edition and contains additional new material (as we trimmed of one or two things from the original). … Continue reading
For the rest of the month, you can get 35% off everything in your cart at Torquere with code Spring2015. You can pre-order Room 1024 for $1.94 (it releases on April 8 for $2.99 and pre-orders will receive it the … Continue reading
Doves has been out for a while, and Phoenix is out in just under two months. Which means it’s time to share five things about Doves we haven’t really told explicitly before. Some of these, you may have figured out already. And … Continue reading
Want to catch up with stuff Erin & I have written? Today, Tuesday, March 17, 2015, you can get 40% off everything in your cart at Torquere with code LUCKY2015. You can pre-order Room 1024 for $1.79 (it releases on April … Continue reading
Doves, has been out for a few weeks (and is now available in paperback!). One of our favorite parts of the writing process is that we learn so much about a story once it’s out of our hands and into … Continue reading
To a large extent, Racheline and I try not to predict the future when we write Love in Los Angeles. A lot of times, that can be hard. Love in Los Angeles is ultimately going to be a six-book series … Continue reading
Cowriting is difficult. Finding someone who’s interested in telling the same sorts of stories, with the same kind of intensity as you, can sometimes feel impossible. But when it works and we’re working in sync with someone else, to tell … Continue reading