Girls! More research questions for Book #3! Were any of you “dropped” by a close girl friend in middle or high school (in particular, because you weren’t cool enough or pretty enough or whatever enough)? Or, in the alternative, did you drop a friend because she wasn’t cool/pretty/popular? Tell me your stories, please! Email LMillerwrites@gmail.com if you don’t want to post here.
Galleys just arrived! #freetofall @harperteen @epicreads
Honored that #Parallel was featured as part of “Curtis Brown Discovery Day” at the wonderful @Foyles bookshops in the UK!
I’ve given my blog header a lil face-lift. What do y’all think?
Want to read Free to Fall in German? Now you can!
First pass pages! This is the last time I get to make changes to Free To Fall before it goes to hardcover ! #lovethispart
So, since you all know so little about Free to Fall, you probably don’t know what to expect for its cover, which makes this whole reveal all the more awesome. As a bonus I’ll finally tell you more about the book, and my new protagonist, Rory Vaughn, a girl I wish existed in real life so I could be friends with her.
But first, my cover!
If you’re looking at it on your phone, you might not notice the cool pixelation effect that’s happening on the left side. Why pixels? Because Free to Fall is a story about technology. Here’s what’s on the back cover:
The name of that app is Lux, and in the world of Free to Fall, nearly everyone uses it. Here are some more key terms you need to know (this is from the inside flap):
I love the whole “Lexicon” approach, giving you guys key terms and people instead of a synopsis. Of course, it leaves you more in the dark about what the book is actually about. Which, actually, is a good thing, because Free to Fall is, at its core, a mystery, and the less you know, the more fun it’ll be to read. I promise.
So, what do you think of the cover??? Tweet me your thoughts @LMillerWrites!
At last, I can share it with you — my awesome cover for my new novel Free to Fall! I’ll post it here THIS FRIDAY for the world to see.
People. If you’re not excited about annajarzab's newest novel, Tandem (out next week!), you should be, especially if you're enjoying the little parallel universe trend we're seeing in YA. If you're worried that Tandem will be just like (or anything like!) the other multiverse stories you've read this year, don't be. Tandem is fresh and original and addictively good. So good, in fact, that I feel compelled to give away the ARC Anna so generously gave me so another person can experience its awesomeness.
So. Want to win? Tweet me (@LMillerWrites) and Anna (@AJarzab) a 144 character description of what your parallel self is doing in his/her world RIGHT NOW. I’ll pick a winner at random on Monday, so the clock is ticking! Enter as many times as you want. Retweet the contest rules for another entry! Just make sure to include the hashtag #iwanttandem so I can keep track of your entries. Good luck!
Come to this! I’ll be there! (at WeHo Library)