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    cladomasochist:

signless screeching in the distance
[view embiggened here because Tumblr hates everything good in this world]

a) this is super hot, and
b) it makes me really want to see more of your Disciple design because what I can see of her here is a smokin’ babe but wow mom quit hogging the good view

    cladomasochist:

    signless screeching in the distance

    [view embiggened here because Tumblr hates everything good in this world]

    a) this is super hot, and

    b) it makes me really want to see more of your Disciple design because what I can see of her here is a smokin’ babe but wow mom quit hogging the good view

     
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    shubbabangallnightlong:

d ONT LOO K AT ME

    shubbabangallnightlong:

    d ONT LOO K AT ME

     
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    youdidnotseeme:

doodle doodle doodle

    youdidnotseeme:

    doodle doodle doodle

     
  4. 17:50

    Notes: 464

    Reblogged from rachelhaimowitz

    Tags: all betterwriter life hacks

    Fixing plot holes

     
  5. 06:56

    Notes: 22

    Reblogged from rachelhaimowitz

    inklesspen said: every so often i remember you have a for-real book coming out and i get excited

    rachelhaimowitz:

    cyphercat:

    ME TOO

    Aided by the part where my publisher’s marketing team emails me copies of ads they do that include my book

    :D

    I AM ALSO EXCITED!

    (And honestly we only just started routinely mailing ads to the authors so you didn’t see like half a dozen Publisher’s Weekly ads, at least one in Library Journal, and at least one in Booklist that we also included Gabriel’s City in, plus the YA/NA Booklist Webinar and the Romance Booklist Webinar where Gabriel’s City was a featured title. Which is what happens when the Publisher of your publisher loves your book so much she just wants to rub her face all over it and OMG STOP BEING SO AFRAID TO WRITE ANOTHER BOOK BECAUSE I NEED IT)

    *squeaks!*

    I WILL TRY TO CONQUER MY FEARS I have started to ruin Erik’s life I just need to keep going

    also my author copies arrived this week EEEE I HAVE A BOOK EEEEEE

     
  6. One of my publishing mistakes recently sent out advice to all of their authors on how to get yourself reviewed on blogs, strongly implying that it would be the author’s responsibility to do so.

    Meantime Riptide’s marketing peeps have been sending me preview PDFs of advertisements they’re placing in trade magazines that include my book.

    When you think about subbing to a small publisher, consider what they have to offer you. The differences can be immense — cover quality, editorial quality, distribution, marketing…. A good small publisher has resources and uses them to help you out. A bad small publisher expects you to take care of everything yourself — which begs the question: If they aren’t going to put the work in on your behalf, why are you giving them a substantial share in the income from your book?

     
  7. inklesspen said: every so often i remember you have a for-real book coming out and i get excited

    ME TOO

    Aided by the part where my publisher’s marketing team emails me copies of ads they do that include my book

    :D

     
  8. 17:48

    Notes: 7358

    Reblogged from hello-cloudy

    Tags: note to selfsigh

    roachpatrol:

    "i don’t really have depression, i’m actually just a lazy piece of shit" : a conclusion you come to pretty much weekly when you have depression

     
  9. up-all-night-to-be-thristy:

    morgan-harcourt:

    today’s writing dilemma: how weird can I get away with making this dick?

    I wrote a dragon in human-form growing a dick from their clit with flesh fringes on it shaped suspiciously like dragon ridges that twitch

    Who did you publish with? Both of us are pretty interested in keeping track of which houses are receptive to that kind of thing.

     
  10. morgan-harcourt:

    today’s writing dilemma: how weird can I get away with making this dick?