Blog Tour ~ The Uncrossing by Melissa Eastlake ~ Guest Post + Giveaway

Blog Tour ~ The Uncrossing by Melissa Eastlake ~ Guest Post + Giveaway

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Welcome to the Blog Tour for The Uncrossing by Melissa Eastlake!

For today’s post I got a fun Guest Post by the author on her writing. Then of course I have the standard book/author information, and lastly I got a giveaway! (Which is open to US and International.)

So let’s get started!

Luke can uncross almost any curse—they unravel themselves for him like no one else. So working for the Kovrovs, one of the families controlling all the magic in New York, is exciting and dangerous, especially when he encounters the first curse he can’t break. And it involves Jeremy, the beloved, sheltered prince of the Kovrov family—the one boy he absolutely shouldn’t be falling for.

Jeremy’s been in love with cocky, talented Luke since they were kids. But from their first kiss, something’s missing. Jeremy’s family keeps generations of deadly secrets, forcing him to choose between love and loyalty. As Luke fights to break the curse, a magical, citywide war starts crackling, and it’s tied to Jeremy.

This might be the one curse Luke can’t uncross. If true love’s kiss fails, what’s left for him and Jeremy?


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About the author:

Melissa Eastlake’s debut novel, The Uncrossing, is coming in 2017 from Entangled Teen. She lives in Athens, Georgia with her partner and their dog.

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Guest Post Time.

If I Knew Then What I Know Now About Writing

I’ve learned a lot of hard lessons in the years I’ve spent working on my writing, from discipline and work ethic to the subtleties of craft. I spent six months on an intensive project becoming A Writer Who Finishes Things (it was always capitalized like that in my head!), and more than two years putting the story that ultimately became The Uncrossing through revisions and edits to get it ready to share with readers.

If I had a time machine to go back and give myself the cheat notes on one of those lessons… I think all I’d say is that it’s okay that it takes time. Nobody is born knowing how to write a book, and nobody—not even future-me—could have learned my process or style for me.

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