Category: Literary Others Event

Giveaway from JMill Wanders! #TheLiteraryOthers

Hi all! Jenna here. I blog over at JMill Wanders. I hope everyone has been enjoying The Literary Others Reading Event. I’m excited to be hosting the final giveaway for what I consider to be an essential event.  The Prize I am giving away… Continue Reading “Giveaway from JMill Wanders! #TheLiteraryOthers”

My Characters Knew Who They Were #TheLiteraryOthers

My characters knew who they were before I did. by Robert Hill for Roof Beam Reader When I started to write my novel, The Remnants, I had only the vaguest idea about whom the people in it would truly be. All I knew was… Continue Reading “My Characters Knew Who They Were #TheLiteraryOthers”

Brothers by Ted van Lieshout #TheLiteraryOthers

Please welcome Carola from Brilliant Years who is here to provide a guest review of BROTHERS by Ted Van Lieshout. This is a book I read many years ago, and I agree with Carola that it is definitely worth reading. Carola has also generously offered… Continue Reading “Brothers by Ted van Lieshout #TheLiteraryOthers”

Giveaway from Ex Libris Kate! #TheLiteraryOthers

Please welcome Kate from Ex Libris, who is here to offer a special giveaway to participants of THE LITERARY OTHERS reading event!  The Prize Choose one of the following: George by Alex Gino None of the Above by I. W. Gregorio Ask the Passengers… Continue Reading “Giveaway from Ex Libris Kate! #TheLiteraryOthers”

Acting Like Yourself #TheLiteraryOthers

Today, I am honored to welcome back to the blog, Kathe Koja! Kathe is one of my favorite writers (who happens to have written one of my favorite books). If this is your first introduction to her, you’re in for a treat! Please enjoy… Continue Reading “Acting Like Yourself #TheLiteraryOthers”

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