First, we fed your blood thirst with “Bloody Ever After.” Then, we showed you the ugly side of death with “The Ugly Dead.” Then, we brought you to hell and back with “Fairy Tales from Hell.” And finally, we changed your perspective on happily ever after with “Shifty Stories to Read in the Dark.” Now, it’s time […]
Short stories. Some people love them, others can’t stand them. But no one can deny they’re an entirely different creature from novels. This week, I’ve been judging entries for the ProjectREUTSway competition held during the month of November. Buried amid 144 short stories, I started to think about what exactly makes one “successful”. I think […]
REUTS is thrilled to welcome new Young Adult author Anoosha Lalani to the family! Anoosha joins the REUTS family and catalog with her debut novel titled THE KEEPERS, a fascinating tale with a unique perspective on guardians, beginnings and friendship, all with a faint– but important– fantastical twist. THE KEEPERS will appeal to fans of Graceling […]
Learning how to pitch yourself is one of the most IMPORTANT skills you can cultivate as a writer. I might even go as far as to say it’s THE most important skill. Whether you’re un-agented, agented, signed, unsigned, indie or traditionally published with an impressive backlist under your belt. Hell, whether or not you’re even […]
Disclaimer: Much like Tyrion Lannister, today’s Marketing Monday post will be short and very blunt. (Prepare to get kingslapped with knowledge, interwebs!) In today’s saturated online landscape, there is only ONE thing that will put you head and shoulders above your competition: Content. Seriously, you guys–clear, reliable, quality CONTENT. That’s it. That’s the secret. Continual product. Otherwise, […]
Project REUTSway Challenge #4: Shifty Stories to Read in the Dark – Introducing…This Week’s Top Looks!
Thank you to all who participated in the fourth and FINAL challenge of Project REUTSway 2013! With your help, we smashed…destroyed…completely decimated the 50k word count for NaNoWriMo, clocking in at just under 700,000 words. Ooh-da-lally! (Not bad for a mere 30 days of work, right? Even less, when you cut out the time in between submission […]