DARK DUETS Set for January 7, 2014

Posted by on Dec 9, 2013 in News

DARK DUETS features an extraordinary lineup of collaborative stories, with the authors of each story collaborating for the very first time: TRIP TRAP by Sherrilyn Kenyon & Kevin J. Anderson WELDED by Tom Piccirilli & T.M. Wright DARK WITNESS by Charlaine Harris & Rachel Caine REPLACING MAX by Stuart MacBride & Allan Guthrie T. RHYMER by Gregory Frost & Jonathan Maberry SHE, DOOMED GIRL by Sarah MacLean & Carrie Ryan HAND JOB by Chelsea Cain & Lidia Yuknavitch HOLLOW CHOICES by Robert Jackson Bennett & David Liss AMUSE-BOUCHE by Amber Benson & Jeffrey J. Mariotte BRANCHES, CURVING by Tim Lebbon & Michael Marshall Smith RENASCENCE by Rhodi Hawk and F. Paul Wilson BLIND LOVE by Kasey Lansdale & Joe R. Lansdale TRAPPER BOY by Holly Newstein & Rick Hautala STEWARD OF THE BLOOD by Nate Kenyon & James A. Moore CALCULATING ROUTE by Michael Koryta & Jeffrey David Greene SISTERS BEFORE MISTERS by Sarah Rees Brennan, Cassandra Clare, & Holly Black SINS LIKE SCARLET by Mark Morris & Rio Youers RELEASE DATE: January 7, 2014 Preorder: Amazon Barnes and Noble Books a Million...

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ITW’s ‘Big Thrill’ Interview

Posted by on Oct 7, 2013 in Blog, News

I was recently interviewed for International Thriller Writer’s “Big Thrill” newsletter, where I talk about DAY ONE, the dangers of artificial intelligence, and the writing life. Check it out here: Big Thrill: Nate Kenyon

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DearReader First Reader Contest

Posted by on Sep 30, 2013 in Blog, Events, News

Beginning on October 15, you can enter to be one of five First Readers of Nate Kenyon’s new novel! The “Dear Reader” email book club note from author Nate Kenyon… Several years ago, an idea struck me as I was struggling to finish my novel “Sparrow Rock.” I wanted real feedback from readers–not after publication, but DURING the editing process. The concept was simple: to create the best story possible, why not ask the audience for help? I was already a huge fan of Suzanne and her email book clubs. So I asked her to run a contest through Dear Reader: help me appeal for first readers through her blog. Suzanne, God bless her, loved the idea. She asked people to let me know if they wanted to read a first draft even before my editor did. A thousand entries later, I was overwhelmed–but what struck me the most was what people said in their notes to me. They loved books; they wanted to write themselves; they had always wanted to know how publishing worked. Some told personal stories that nearly brought me to tears. I was blown away, and the feedback I received was remarkable. My readers caught errors, helped improve plot twists, and one even copy edited the entire manuscript, line by line. So I’m doing it again. And this time I’m starting even earlier, at the beginning of the writing process. With my latest novel “Day One” having launched this month, I’m looking for people who want to work with me on my next big thriller–from idea through published novel. Fill out the form below and tell me why you’d like to be a first reader. I’ll choose five names from the pool. Your job can be as simple as voicing an opinion on a story concept or first draft, to working closely with me each step of the way to published novel. If your name is chosen, it’s up to you. When I approached Suzanne about that first ‘Be a First Reader’ contest, I had no idea that it would end up being one of the greatest personal highlights of my career. I never thought it would change the way I look at the reader-writer relationship. I’m looking to take that a step further this time. I have two possible concepts for my next novel. I hope you’ll join me in the writing process. Tell me why you’d like to be a first reader with me at the link below, and we’ll go on a journey together. You’ll be thanked in the published book. I promise you, it’ll be a blast, and we’ll both learn a lot along the...

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