One of the questions I get asked the most is whether Vanguard Prime will ever be made into a movie. And from what I’ve experienced, I’m not the only author to be asked this. I know Stephen King was particularly puzzled when he was asked what the film prospects of Vanguard Prime are, given that he’dContinue reading “Vanguard Prime: The Movie”
Tag Archives: young adult
Making It Up As I Go Along
Last year, I was asked if I’d be interested in being a guest blogger for Writing Teen Novels. I was flattered to be asked and of course said yes. The aim was to write 12 posts that would run once a month through 2014. The first has just been posted. If you’re interested in writing,Continue reading “Making It Up As I Go Along”
Learning As We Go: New Adult & The Digital Revolution
I’ve been thinking about the difference between New Adult and Young Adult fiction this week. For a few years now I’ve been kicking around a story idea that, when I first heard about this blossoming genre called “New Adult”, seemed to fit the idea like a….can I say “glove” and not have my writer’s licenceContinue reading “Learning As We Go: New Adult & The Digital Revolution”
eBooks, Advance Copies & Kittens – Oh My!
After last week’s post about its release, Vanguard Prime: Red Alert contines to pop up all over the Internet. That includes Amazon, where you can download it free for your Kindle right now. But in addition to that, you can now also purchase the digital editions of Vanguard Prime: Goldrush and Vanguard Prime: Wild CardContinue reading “eBooks, Advance Copies & Kittens – Oh My!”