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I wrote World of Riverside fanfiction before I got hired to write and produce on the prequel serial Tremontaine. To celebrate the release of the season 1 hardcover and paperback, I wrote a little bit about how that happened, why it’s weird, … Continue reading
For those of you who may be unfamiliar, National Novel Writing Month (Often abreviated to NaNoWriMo or just NaNo) is a challenge wherein people commit themselves to writing, well, a novel in a month. It’s a fun way to challenge … Continue reading
So we get asked a lot how our writing process as cowriters works, and while our usual answer to that is either a really lengthy explanation of what we do, or shrugging while we say “magic,” there’s a lot of … Continue reading
We’ve mentioned, from time to time, our writing office in Philadelphia. We were there yesterday, where we realized we hadn’t actually told the story of how the Philadelphia office came to be. Racheline lives in NYC, I’m in DC, and … Continue reading
If you follow us on Twitter or tumblr, you’ve probably noticed our kvetching about our latest round of edits. Racheline and I have spent a large chunk of June, and a sizeable chunk of July, in editing various books in … Continue reading
Story Process Sunday: Dubious italics, and why not looking at your novel for nine months is a really good idea
No Sneak Peek this week, because we don’t have anything currently going that we can talk about in detail that we haven’t already shared with you. But we are going to do a Story Process Sunday instead, so we can … Continue reading