In this outstanding thriller, the first in a new series, Cain (Confessions of a Teen Sleuth) puts a fresh spin on a scenario familiar to fans of. Heartsick: A Thriller and millions of other books are available for instant access. . Sweetheart: A Thriller (Archie Sheridan & Gretchen Lowell) by Chelsea Cain. Heartsick: A Thriller and millions of other books are available for instant access. . This item:Heartsick (Archie Sheridan & Gretchen Lowell) by Chelsea Cain.
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Discover new books on Goodreads. Sign in with Facebook Sign in options. Chelsea Cain Goodreads Author. Chelsea Cain is currently not accepting new questions. Chelsea I can’t believe that you are answer questions. I am currently reading your 6 book of Archie and Gretchen series and it will be a book seven?? And if yes,Can we have more Archie and Gretchen moments?? My favorite book of yours is Sweetheart,I love it!!!!!!!!! Chelsea Cain That is the most exclamation points I’ve ever received in an email.
You only get of those and they have to last your whole life. Pace …more That is the most caib points I’ve ever received in an email. I’m delighted that you love the books.
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And I promise that there will be more. I’ve got to get my new series through infancy so it doesn’t get colicky and die. But I know the wait will be aggravating. I have been in your shoes. I get murderous when my favorite geartsick have the audacity to write books that aren’t the ones I want them to be writing. So I will come up with some short stories or chapters or maybe just words of full-on-x-rated-hot-serial-killer-on-cop heartslck and then post these somewhere so readers can get their fix.
It’s my first Ask the Author question. I think it went pretty well, don’t you? View all 3 comments. I’m a big fan of your books and talk about them often here in various groups.
I saw over on Facebook that you said this was the new means by which you’d like to communicate with the public, but had yet to get many messages, so I thought I’d write you one, say I’m looking forward to One Kick, and ask if you had any advice for a lowly little independent author?
Chelsea Cain Thank you, Rick. It looks like you’re figuring out the independent author thing pretty well on your own. Your average star rating is higher than mine!
I think you should be giving me advice. It doesn’t sell books, and it’s bad for the environment. Whenever I get an edit that makes me sure that the person offering it is drunk and hates me, it always ends up making the book better.
But I never see it until I actually implement it. It provides an easy scaffolding. On a related note, try to use the phrase “objective correlative” as much as possible in casual conversation. It will make you seem writerly. If someone’s not chloroformed and stuck in a trunk by page 30, I’m tossing the book aside.
Burn the podium and the folding chairs. Throw events in bars or in swimming pool or from the back of a food truck. If your publisher isn’t reaching out to media, do it yourself.
If you hesrtsick them a fresh angle and a good photo op, you’ll get coverage. Go to conventions – spend the entire time in the hotel bar drinking with other writers. Don’t be a dick. Mistakes will be made. Don’t send angry emails. Never pass a bookstore without going in and signing stock. Ask everyone you know to promote your book. Use a Uniball Impact as your signing pen. It’s got great action, doesn’t bleed or smear, and lasts a long time.
Get a blue one. Blue ink stands out better, so potential readers see that it’s signed when they’re leafing through in the bookstore. That is all I have, my friend.
I’ll see you at the hotel bar. Thank You so much for your advice! I love the cringe factor comment on writing, that makes me smile. It’s all wonderful advice and I greatly appreciate you taking the time in your overwhelmingly busy schedule to give it to chrlsea. It’s already printed, framed, and staring down at me from the wall above my computer as the blueprint going forward. It sure rings true! I have Sweetheat but geartsick read it yet.
I probably bought it thinking it was a standalone Now I’m going to have to buy the first one. I was puzzled as to why I bought your heartsici, honestly. But, reading HOW you wrote that advice, I realized I must have read a short story you wrote in an anthology and liked it. I also may use them to find new, interesting authors. Thanks for your efforts; keep them coming. D Now, I’m off to visit Rick’s page on Goodreads. Martta Karol Chelsea, I just read your terrific–and spunky–advice to author, Rick Soper, and loved it.
May I cut and paste cqin share it on a private Facebook page Chelsea, I just read your terrific–and spunky–advice to author, Rick Soper, and loved it.
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