Here’s everything that happened last week:
Ever wanted to write a horror story but don’t know how? Well, with spooky season just around the corner, Heather M. Herrman, author of The Corpse Queen, gives five tips on how to write a terrifying horror.
In a guest post written for United By Pop, Marisa Kanter, author of As If On Cue, shares the inspiration behind her new YA novel — her love letter to high school theater based on her own experience as a theater kid.
New music from James Arthur is here again and this time it’s an emotional song that will pull at your heartstrings. “Emily” is a song that James dedicates to his future daughter and it’s one everyone should listen to. Head on over to this post to hear the new song and much more!
In a guest post written for United By Pop, Ginny Myers Sain, author of Dark and Shallow Lies, shares her inspiration for her YA thriller. From a birthday present to her freshman year of college and then traveling across the state of Florida, these are the three inspirations that Ginny discusses.
Walk The Moon put on a performance last week at the 930 Club in Washington, D.C. and we’ve got some photos from that spectacular night. Head on over to this post to check them out!