Given Ellis’ history of being offered Adderall, it should come as no surprise that he’s reading three books at one time. It’s always interesting to get a peek inside the reading life of a writer and, in this case, it seems Ellis is currently into unconventional prose set in North West London, recorded private conversations of a radio and film writer/actor, and novels with a 4.6 rating on Goodreads.
This week, the Twitter-savvy author shared her new book trailer for the forthcoming novel Maddaddam, which will complete the trilogy that started with Oryx and Crake and continued with The Year of the Flood.
(In case you didn’t catch it, that new title is a palindrome.)
Looks like the award-winning author is really getting his health on! (Maybe he should try this juice recipe.) The Sandman series creator will be in San Diego with all the cool kids (who are, arguably, trying to escape being human) at Comic-Con until July 21st but, according to his tweets, he’s a little nervous about it. Why, Neil? After all, you made American Gods!
Sherman Alexie may not have much faith in Kobe’s abilities post-injury--as the author hails from Washington and may be just a little bit partial to OK's Thunder at this point--but Kobe and his fans sure do.
However you feel about #24, Oscar Wilde’s only published novel is now up and being annotated on the site. Will Kobe become a victim of his own narcissism in a manner similar to Dorian’s? Only time will tell...
This has been the consistent mantra of JCO for years now, and her prolificness proves it to be a successful one. When you write as much as she does, not every book is going to be a hit. But when she hits, she hits hard.
The Princeton professor’s philosophy has always been to read what you want, write what you want. In this tweet, she reiterates what she tells students on a semesterly basis, as well as aspiring authors all around the world in her book, The Faith of a Writer.
Princeton may be kicking you out, but you'll always have a place in our hearts, JCO! (Aww.)