Book Review: The Luck Uglies

My full review is on Goodreads! This is the sort of thing that makes me want to read more Middle Grade. I love YA, I write YA, I read YA, but goodness! How often have I written book reviews that said, "Well, it was fun, but I wish they would keep the romance from overpowering … Continue reading Book Review: The Luck Uglies

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WriteOnCon! And the “Fight Club” Approach to Querying Agents

First off, WriteOnCon! I didn't talk about it much ahead of time, but I participated. (And now it's over, so this won't be useful to anyone who didn't already know about it.) WriteOnCon is a once-a-year, online-only "writing convention" for people who write anything in the range of picture books to New Adult. (So while … Continue reading WriteOnCon! And the “Fight Club” Approach to Querying Agents

Author C.C. Hunter Explains How to Overcome Self-Doubt | WritersDigest.com

I generally blog about writing tips and books I've read. This is rough, because I was reading this last week: It's elementary school fiction. In Japanese. For 6th graders. It's about some elementary kids who start a mystery club and hunt down the legendary thief, Papillon. And it is, obviously, nothing I would really write … Continue reading Author C.C. Hunter Explains How to Overcome Self-Doubt | WritersDigest.com

Aspidochelone: Now Available in the Sea Monsters issue of Spellbound Magazine!

I've sold a short story--my very first one! I'm happy to announce that Aspidochelone appears in the Sea Monsters issue of Spellbound Magazine, a MG fantasy e-magazine. I am completely over the moon about this. Seriously. I am still not sure how it happened. They even tweeted about it! Excited because we have both a … Continue reading Aspidochelone: Now Available in the Sea Monsters issue of Spellbound Magazine!