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i am an author with poor penmanship.
my story is a little strange, but here it goes.
but i can’t exactly explain that story to my fans in every letter.
then i got to thinking…why do i have to have an excuse for poor penmanship?
 
my handwriting doesn’t change my ability to write a story.
i worry that they’ll judge my handwriting, as if someone with bad handwriting can’t possibly be a writer.
you see, i find typing beautiful.
as a kid, i remember watching my mom type like someone would watch a pianist play the piano.
the keyboard gives me a voice, and i can’t imagine anything more beautiful than that—even envy-inducing calligraphy.
i dnf a book. for those of you who don’t know what “dnf” means, it means i did not finish reading a novel.
there is a societal pressure to finish everything you start, no matter what.
but i still feel horrible for quitting,
just because you don’t finish reading doesn’t mean the novel is bad. it just means it’s not for you right now.
so here i am, not finishing a book this week, and setting a goal to be better about being honest with myself about books in the future.
dnf

bad reader, dnf = honest reader.
so why are most ya protagonists 17?
short answer:
long answer:
basically, 17 years old seems to be the sweet spot in ya right now, especially for crossover ya, but i would love to see more variety.
teenagers do not go through the same issues at the same time
i went against the grain when i featured a 14-year-old protagonist in my latest ya series, because i think variety is important.
darker, older, edgier materials are hot, and while that’s awesome for readers like me who enjoy those books, many teens are feeling left out of their own genre…and that’s not okay.
teenagers deserve younger and older protagonists—
.
not everyone has their first “coming-of-age/independent” moment at the same time.
so why are all of our protagonists the same age?
~sat
i love historical fiction.
so what is my issue with the genre?
my biggest pet peeve with historical fiction is when i look up the factual story and the factual story is more
let’s look at a few examples:
i don’t blame the authors or any creators behind this. why? because i get it. truth is often stranger than fiction.
not to mention the traditional narrative viewers and readers expect from certain historical periods.
 
history—and what we understand of history—is constantly changing, and the genre should change along with it.
why not challenge the traditional narrative, especially if it’s backed up by science and other types of studies?
historical fiction has limitless, constantly changing possibilities, and i cannot wait to see how it morphs in the future.
~sat
bad bloods: july lightning released today!  
top ten bad bloods you’ll meet in the new duology
levi (13)
kuthun (18):
kat (15):
skeleton (15):
nuo (17):
hanna (16):
ellen (9):
plato (7):
yasir (15):
britney (8?):
bad bloods: july lightning
exclusive excerpt
first book free
if you read, please leave a review. and if you want me to share your review, send it to shannonathompson@aol.com.
trends have a lot to do with the publishing industry.
but do genres die?
but if your book is truly unique—if it stands out from what was previous done—your writing can rise to the top, whether or not the genre is “dead.”
genres work a lot like tropes.
if you’re a writer and wondering how you can surpass your “dead” genre, consider what is unique about your work and amplify the hell out of it.
write what you want to write, trends be damned.
“every villain is the hero in their own story” is a common, popular writing tip,
villains can still be a “hero” in their own mind while also being aware they are doing something wrong or harmful.
granted, don’t get me wrong, i love a villain who thinks they’re the good guy.
round

round =
people aren’t so black and white.
villains can be bad guys who know they’re bad and do bad things regardless.
instead of “every villain thinks they’re the hero of their own story”, let’s change it to “every villain thinks they’re the protagonist of their own story—whatever that entails.”
my latest bad bloods book recently released! i hope you check it out. 
what are readers saying? 
if you haven’t started this series yet, don’t worry. book 1 is free.
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i am an author with poor penmanship.
my story is a little strange, but here it goes.
but i can’t exactly explain that story to my fans in every letter.
then i got to thinking…why do i have to have an excuse for poor penmanship?
 
my handwriting doesn’t change my ability to write a story.
i worry that they’ll judge my handwriting, as if someone with bad handwriting can’t possibly be a writer.
you see, i find typing beautiful.
as a kid, i remember watching my mom type like someone would watch a pianist play the piano.
the keyboard gives me a voice, and i can’t imagine anything more beautiful than that—even envy-inducing calligraphy.
i dnf a book. for those of you who don’t know what “dnf” means, it means i did not finish reading a novel.
there is a societal pressure to finish everything you start, no matter what.
but i still feel horrible for quitting,
just because you don’t finish reading doesn’t mean the novel is bad. it just means it’s not for you right now.
so here i am, not finishing a book this week, and setting a goal to be better about being honest with myself about books in the future.
dnf

bad reader, dnf = honest reader.
so why are most ya protagonists 17?
short answer:
long answer:
basically, 17 years old seems to be the sweet spot in ya right now, especially for crossover ya, but i would love to see more variety.
teenagers do not go through the same issues at the same time
i went against the grain when i featured a 14-year-old protagonist in my latest ya series, because i think variety is important.
darker, older, edgier materials are hot, and while that’s awesome for readers like me who enjoy those books, many teens are feeling left out of their own genre…and that’s not okay.
teenagers deserve younger and older protagonists—
.
not everyone has their first “coming-of-age/independent” moment at the same time.
so why are all of our protagonists the same age?
~sat
i love historical fiction.
so what is my issue with the genre?
my biggest pet peeve with historical fiction is when i look up the factual story and the factual story is more
let’s look at a few examples:
i don’t blame the authors or any creators behind this. why? because i get it. truth is often stranger than fiction.
not to mention the traditional narrative viewers and readers expect from certain historical periods.
 
history—and what we understand of history—is constantly changing, and the genre should change along with it.
why not challenge the traditional narrative, especially if it’s backed up by science and other types of studies?
historical fiction has limitless, constantly changing possibilities, and i cannot wait to see how it morphs in the future.
~sat
bad bloods: july lightning released today!  
top ten bad bloods you’ll meet in the new duology
levi (13)
kuthun (18):
kat (15):
skeleton (15):
nuo (17):
hanna (16):
ellen (9):
plato (7):
yasir (15):
britney (8?):
bad bloods: july lightning
exclusive excerpt
first book free
if you read, please leave a review. and if you want me to share your review, send it to shannonathompson@aol.com.
trends have a lot to do with the publishing industry.
but do genres die?
but if your book is truly unique—if it stands out from what was previous done—your writing can rise to the top, whether or not the genre is “dead.”
genres work a lot like tropes.
if you’re a writer and wondering how you can surpass your “dead” genre, consider what is unique about your work and amplify the hell out of it.
write what you want to write, trends be damned.
“every villain is the hero in their own story” is a common, popular writing tip,
villains can still be a “hero” in their own mind while also being aware they are doing something wrong or harmful.
granted, don’t get me wrong, i love a villain who thinks they’re the good guy.
round

round =
people aren’t so black and white.
villains can be bad guys who know they’re bad and do bad things regardless.
instead of “every villain thinks they’re the hero of their own story”, let’s change it to “every villain thinks they’re the protagonist of their own story—whatever that entails.”
my latest bad bloods book recently released! i hope you check it out. 
what are readers saying? 
if you haven’t started this series yet, don’t worry. book 1 is free.
em i am an author with poor penmanship.
my story is a little strange, but here it goes.
but i can’t exactly explain that story to my fans in every letter.
then i got to thinking…why do i have to have an excuse for poor penmanship?
 
my handwriting doesn’t change my ability to write a story.
i worry that they’ll judge my handwriting, as if someone with bad handwriting can’t possibly be a writer.
you see, i find typing beautiful.
as a kid, i remember watching my mom type like someone would watch a pianist play the piano.
the keyboard gives me a voice, and i can’t imagine anything more beautiful than that—even envy-inducing calligraphy.
i dnf a book. for those of you who don’t know what “dnf” means, it means i did not finish reading a novel.
there is a societal pressure to finish everything you start, no matter what.
but i still feel horrible for quitting,
just because you don’t finish reading doesn’t mean the novel is bad. it just means it’s not for you right now.
so here i am, not finishing a book this week, and setting a goal to be better about being honest with myself about books in the future.
dnf

bad reader, dnf = honest reader.
so why are most ya protagonists 17?
short answer:
long answer:
basically, 17 years old seems to be the sweet spot in ya right now, especially for crossover ya, but i would love to see more variety.
teenagers do not go through the same issues at the same time
i went against the grain when i featured a 14-year-old protagonist in my latest ya series, because i think variety is important.
darker, older, edgier materials are hot, and while that’s awesome for readers like me who enjoy those books, many teens are feeling left out of their own genre…and that’s not okay.
teenagers deserve younger and older protagonists—
.
not everyone has their first “coming-of-age/independent” moment at the same time.
so why are all of our protagonists the same age?
~sat
i love historical fiction.
so what is my issue with the genre?
my biggest pet peeve with historical fiction is when i look up the factual story and the factual story is more
let’s look at a few examples:
i don’t blame the authors or any creators behind this. why? because i get it. truth is often stranger than fiction.
not to mention the traditional narrative viewers and readers expect from certain historical periods.
 
history—and what we understand of history—is constantly changing, and the genre should change along with it.
why not challenge the traditional narrative, especially if it’s backed up by science and other types of studies?
historical fiction has limitless, constantly changing possibilities, and i cannot wait to see how it morphs in the future.
~sat
bad bloods: july lightning released today!  
top ten bad bloods you’ll meet in the new duology
levi (13)
kuthun (18):
kat (15):
skeleton (15):
nuo (17):
hanna (16):
ellen (9):
plato (7):
yasir (15):
britney (8?):
bad bloods: july lightning
exclusive excerpt
first book free
if you read, please leave a review. and if you want me to share your review, send it to shannonathompson@aol.com.
trends have a lot to do with the publishing industry.
but do genres die?
but if your book is truly unique—if it stands out from what was previous done—your writing can rise to the top, whether or not the genre is “dead.”
genres work a lot like tropes.
if you’re a writer and wondering how you can surpass your “dead” genre, consider what is unique about your work and amplify the hell out of it.
write what you want to write, trends be damned.
“every villain is the hero in their own story” is a common, popular writing tip,
villains can still be a “hero” in their own mind while also being aware they are doing something wrong or harmful.
granted, don’t get me wrong, i love a villain who thinks they’re the good guy.
round

round =
people aren’t so black and white.
villains can be bad guys who know they’re bad and do bad things regardless.
instead of “every villain thinks they’re the hero of their own story”, let’s change it to “every villain thinks they’re the protagonist of their own story—whatever that entails.”
my latest bad bloods book recently released! i hope you check it out. 
what are readers saying? 
if you haven’t started this series yet, don’t worry. book 1 is free.
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you need the world, and the world needs good people. search shannon a thompson home about me novels bad bloods november rain november snow july thunder july lightning extras reviews the timely death trilogy minutes before sunset seconds before sunrise death before daylight extras reviews take me tomorrow extras reviews other contact events services reviews youtube an author with poor penmanship 29 may recently, i sent out letters and signed swag to some of my super fans who attended an online release day party for my books. and like so many times before that, i found myself dreading writing the letters. why? it’s simple really. i am an author with poor penmanship. now, please don’t tell me “i’m sure it isn’t horrible, you’re just being humble,” because, seriously, i struggle to read my own handwriting…and it’s never going to get better, no matter how much i practice or try. my story is a little strange, but here it goes. when i was eleven, i was at basketball practice before school when i tripped and fell. the growth plate in my left wrist fractured pretty severely, but, for those of you who don’t know, at that age, your growth plate is malleable. and it didn’t show physical signs of injury. (no bruising, blood, etc.) so when i went to the nurse’s office to explain the pain i was having, she wrote me off and said i was trying to avoid a math test i had later that day. (this still blows my mind, because i was a straight-a student, and i’ve always loved math.) nevertheless, she sent me back to class and never called my father. fast forward twelve hours later, and i’m in excruciating pain when i get home. at this point, the school told my father, and he is medically trained, so he took me to the hospital. problem was, the damage was basically done. my left wrist is still damaged today…i’m also naturally left-handed. so, i had to learn to write with my right hand, and it’s atrocious. yes, i can write with my left, but it hurts, so i basically type everything. conclusion: my handwriting is ugly. but i can’t exactly explain that story to my fans in every letter. i’m always anxious when i write letters to fans, because i’m afraid of what they’ll think. will they think a four-year-old wrote them a note? will my poor handwriting ruin the excitement of the letter for them? i see all these beautiful letters authors send to their fans and my handwriting becomes an insecurity of mine. then i got to thinking…why do i have to have an excuse for poor penmanship?  my handwriting doesn’t change my ability to write a story. other than struggling to read my own notes sometimes, i’ve never felt at a disadvantage for bad handwriting because that’s silly. but i’m still insecure about it. i see my chicken scratches in books i’m signing for fans and i cringe at my letters to others, and i worry that they’ll judge my handwriting, as if someone with bad handwriting can’t possibly be a writer. i’m trying to get over this insecurity of mine, but here i am, still frowning when i mail out letters. maybe one day i’ll be 100% confident in my chicken scratches. or maybe i will continue to love typing more than handwriting. you see, i find typing beautiful. i’m a typist. my mother was also a typist. in fact, she was an associate for a lawyer, who had poor spelling, so she was constantly typing and re-typing his documents. he also smoked a mint pipe, and i remember this fondly. (why? i will never know.) but when i was sick from school, i would sit in the lawyer’s office, sipping sprite, and watch my mother type and type and type. as a kid, i remember watching my mom type like someone would watch a pianist play the piano. her speed was rhythmic. i found the entire process hypnotizing. and this is before i broke my hand or became a seasoned writer. all i wanted to do was learn how to type. and when i was in college, i would calm down after class by re-typing my notes. i find it easy to lose myself in the keyboard. i’m at home when i’m using the keyboard. and, for me, the keyboard is my form of expression. the keyboard gives me a voice, and i can’t imagine anything more beautiful than that—even envy-inducing calligraphy. it would be nice to write beautifully one day…but i think it would be even better if i found a way to let me insecurity go. i always have my keyboard. ~sat share this:facebooktwitterpinteresttumblremailgooglelinkedinprintlike this:like loading... tags: authors, bad handwriting, calligraphy, handwriting, insecure, insecurities, my voice, penmanship, piano, poor penmanship, publish, publishing, typing, typist, voice, write, writing, writing tips comments 2 comments categories authors i dnf a book 22 may i dnf a book. for those of you who don’t know what “dnf” means, it means i did not finish reading a novel. not a big deal, right? wrong. for me, i rarely put a book down after i pick it up. why? because i feel like if i decided to read it, i need to finish it. aside from needing to know how something ends, there is a societal pressure to finish everything you start, no matter what. when i find myself dreading my current read, i always end up telling myself that the book will get better, that the plot will take off, that i’ll finally connect with everything and toughing it out will be worth it—and while that does happen, it happens far less than the book never working for me at all. yet i still try to finish every book i start. why? i think it has a lot to do with my personality. in fact, this “never give up!” mentality has affected me in other ways. when i was younger, for instance, i played tennis for three years without ever really liking it. i finally quit when my first book was published and i needed to dedicate more time to writing (not to mention a part-time job i took at a local sports bar). but i still feel horrible for quitting, even though, if i were being completely honest, i was awful at it. eventually though, i had to come to the conclusion that my time was better suited elsewhere, that tennis was fun, sure, but it just wasn’t for me, and denying that was keeping that space on the team away from someone who truly wanted to be there. now i’m trying to be better about applying that life lesson to reading. just because you don’t finish reading doesn’t mean the novel is bad. it just means it’s not for you right now. it might resonate with you in three years, but it might not, and that’s okay. so why hold onto that library book that’s making you miserable when someone else could be checking it out and enjoying it? why force yourself through a read when it’s depleting your joy for reading? why not find a book you actually enjoy? of course, there’s a time and a place to force yourself through a read. (school, for example.) and i will always give a book a fair shot. according to goodreads, i read 47% of the book i dnf. and, honestly, it wasn’t bad. in fact, it was a fresh idea in a unique world, and it had interesting characters…but i just couldn’t. why? i’m not entirely sure. in fact, i might never know why, just like i don’t know why tennis wasn’t my passion instead of writing, but at least i realized it wasn’t for me. (and i can always give it another shot in the future.) until then though, i’m glad i returned it to the library so that someone else could check it out and enjoy it. so here i am, not finishing a book this week, and setting a goal to be better about being honest with myself about books in the future. dnf ≠ bad reader, dnf = honest reader. and i’m ready to be more honest with myself, so that i can spend more time on books i thoroughly enjoy. ~sat share this:facebooktwitterpinteresttumblremailgooglelinkedinprintlike this:like loading... tags: author, book blogger, book recommendation, book review, current read, did not finish, did not finish a book, dnf, dnf review, finish everything, goodreads, if i don't finish a book am i bad reader, library, never quit, read, reading, tennis, wasn't for me, what does dnf mean, what is dnf on goodreads, young adult comments 33 comments categories relax & read the ya protagonist’s age: you’re 17? me, too! 15 may the young adult genre is normally defined by coming-of-age stories, where the protagonists are often between the ages of 14 and 18. that being said, if you are publishing a ya story right now, chances are your protagonist is 17 years old. so why are most ya protagonists 17? short answer: the protagonist is old enough to be on the cusp of adulthood but young enough to still be considered a young adult. long answer: adding to the short answer above, 17 years old is also highly regarded because the target audience reading ya right now is not necessarily teenagers. in fact, most studies indicate that the main audience buying ya is 18-27. (many teenagers are more focused on fan fiction online—another topic for another day.) but focusing on the older aspects of teenage years is currently more sellable than the younger teenage years of 14-16. basically, 17 years old seems to be the sweet spot in ya right now, especially for crossover ya, but i would love to see more variety. in fact, i find it incredibly uncomfortable how much we are focusing on the age of 17. it’s almost as if every teenager on the planet will have a revelation in that year of their life…and that’s highly unrealistic. teenagers do not go through the same issues at the same time. not everyone falls in love for the first time at 17. heck, i’m pretty sure half my class was “dating” in middle school, and, yes, that “dating” included some pretty adult things. in fact, let’s talk about that. sex is being introduced to ya on a more often, regular basis. (and that’s another debate.) but i think this addition is one of the main factors behind the focus on aging up protagonists. the average reader might feel okay reading about a 17-year-old, who is practically “free” of childhood, but a 14-year-old might cause different reactions. but people face different issues at all ages. let’s take historical fiction as an example. the average age of a civil war soldier might have been 26, but boys as young as 12 served as drummers. you’re now talking middle grade fiction, let alone young adult. i think it’s especially okay to give younger protagonists bigger roles in ya historical, but 17-year-olds still take the center stage, and while i understand the marketing aspect, i wish we could get over it. i went against the grain when i featured a 14-year-old protagonist in my latest ya series, because i think variety is important. in fact, i’m going to stick my neck out and say one of the reasons young readers (actual teenagers) are reading less ya and focusing on harry styles fanfiction on wattpad is because of how much ya is currently being marketed for older audiences. ally carter, author of the embassy row series, recently talked on twitter about how “sweet” young adult fiction is all but missing from the main market. darker, older, edgier materials are hot, and while that’s awesome for readers like me who enjoy those books, many teens are feeling left out of their own genre…and that’s not okay. when i was young, i grew up with cammie in the gallagher girls series by ally carter. her character aged over a few years, and i loved it. the series starts off quick and short and sweet, and as cammie grows, the content gets darker, more mature, and complicated. in fact, there were a lot of series like that when i was younger, and i lived for them. (hello, harry potter.) when i’m at book signings and teenagers tell me how they struggle to “relate” to ya anymore, i feel for them. i truly do. teenagers deserve younger and older protagonists—all going through a variety of topics and struggles. they deserve to feel welcome in their own age bracket. i lost my mom at 11. i moved for my seventh time when i was 12. i had a stepfamily when i was 13. i started high school and my first long relationship at 14. i got in my first car wreck at 15. heck, i got my license at 15, because, kansas. (farmer’s permits—driving by yourself to work and school—were pretty common.) i started my first job at 16. i published my first book at 16! i graduated high school at 17. i turned 18 one month before i moved out and went to college. and sex? i was 19. all of these topics are seen in ya…but they’re mainly assigned to 17-year-olds. why? not everyone has their first “coming-of-age/independent” moment at the same time. so why are all of our protagonists the same age? ~sat share this:facebooktwitterpinteresttumblremailgooglelinkedinprintlike this:like loading... tags: 14-year-old protagonists, 17-year-old, 17-year-old protagonists, age of the ya protagonist, ally carter, average age of civil war soldier, characters, civil war, coming of age, creating characters, crossover ya, dark ya, embassy row series, fan fiction, harry potter, harry styles, harry styles fan fiction, historical fiction, how old should my protagonist be, sex in ya, sweet ya< clean ya, the gallagher girls, what defines ya, what is young adult fiction, writing advice, writing tips, ya, ya protagonist, ya series, young adult comments 19 comments categories writing, writing tips, young adult my hate-love relationship with historical fiction 8 may i love historical fiction. in fact, i’m currently binge reading, watching, and writing it right now. but i have a beef with it. (does anyone even say that anymore? no? oh, well.) if you’re curious, i’m reading stalking jack the ripper, watching reign, and writing a book set in the ancient world. very different time periods, but all can easily fall into my hate-love with the genre. so what is my issue with the genre? my biggest pet peeve with historical fiction is when i look up the factual story and the factual story is more—more fascinating, bizarre, fun, gory, symbolic, or anything more. let’s look at a few examples: in the movie the revenant with leonardo dicaprio, hugh glass fights his way back from the wilderness to enact bloody revenge on the two who left him to die. in real life? he actually tracked down the two men and ultimately forgave them, because it was better for society. (one was a solider and the other a young man with a family.) i actually love the real version, because i think it teaches us more about survival and sympathy and societal sacrifice. but forgiveness doesn’t feed into the bloody climax many expect, does it? (on a side note, hugh glass could’ve been a pirate…but that also doesn’t make it into the movie either. boo.) here’s an article if you’re interested in more info: the real story of ‘the revenant’ is far weirder (and bloodier) than the movie. in reign, the show follows mary stuart, queen of scotland, as she marries the dauphin of france. and it’s entertaining, don’t get me wrong. lots of betrayal, murder, and sex. but the real-life version, if the show had been expanded to show more years, has more. nearly everyone loses their head, country, or both. (it’s very game of thrones.) what i find strange, though, is not the focus but some of the blatant inaccuracies portrayed as fact. for instance, the show takes (weird?) liberties in taking shots at the blond hair francis has when mary herself was famous for blond-red hair, while francis was the brunet. they even go as far as to say all scots have dark hair. (or bringing her mother into it, when they never saw one another after her childhood.) in real life, over time, there are three husbands. (perfect for a trilogy, no?) that aside, i’ll absolutely acknowledge that brutal story is not the target audience or goal for the romantic tv show on the cw. which brings me to my next point… i don’t blame the authors or any creators behind this. why? because i get it. truth is often stranger than fiction. if you wrote down some of the actual events that happened, readers or viewers would have a harder time believing that than the completely fictionalized version of an event. not to mention that life doesn’t serve a linear, symbolic purpose…and with stories, that’s the whole point, especially when you bring genres and expectations for that genre into play. not to mention the traditional narrative viewers and readers expect from certain historical periods.  it was discovered, for instance, that slaves were not used to build the great pyramids. skilled (and paid) craftsman were, which is why they could stage protests. (in fact, the first protests we now know of.) but our fictional worlds have yet to reflect this. (oh, did i mention they were often paid with beer? i mean, come on.) history—and what we understand of history—is constantly changing, and the genre should change along with it. i want to see more norse women out on viking voyages, as skilled seafarers. (source) i want to see black cowboys (source). i want to see skilled craftsmen building the pyramids (source). i want to see the female sailors on the doomed franklin expedition, especially since the entire crew was reported to be male (source). i want to see an all-female battalion in the russian revolution (source). i want more. i get that it might be a little strange to see some of your favorite historical figures (and narratives) in a different light. but why not? why not challenge the traditional narrative, especially if it’s backed up by science and other types of studies? why not write a version that’s based in factual evidence more than on speculation? on the opposite end, why not write a version that owns the fact that it’s not based in reality at all, like my lady jane (where royalty can shape-shift into animals)? why not push those limits and expectations of what historical fiction can be? (on a side note, there’s actually a really funny/enlightening oatmeal comic on why this is so difficult, and you can read it here.) historical fiction has limitless, constantly changing possibilities, and i cannot wait to see how it morphs in the future. ~sat share this:facebooktwitterpinteresttumblremailgooglelinkedinprintlike this:like loading... tags: ancient egypt, black cowboys, dauphin of france, female vikings, female warriors, game of thrones, great pyramids built by craftsmen, historical fiction, histories mysteries, history, how history changes, hugh glass, leonardo dicaprio, mary stuart, my lady jane, oatmeal comics, queen of scotland, real story of the revenant, reign, russian revolution, stalking jack the ripper, the cw, the doomed franklin expedition, the oatmeal, the revenant, traditional narrative, unknown histories, vikings, write, writing, writing advice, writing historical fiction, writing tips comments 19 comments categories writing book release: bad bloods: july lightning! 1 may bad bloods: july lightning released today!   amazon, barnes & noble, ibooks, kobo, smashwords, goodreads top ten bad bloods you’ll meet in the new duology if you’ve read the first duology in the bad bloods universe, then you already know how crazy, wild, and wonderful a bad blood can be. (book 1 is free across all platforms right now.) but if you don’t know what a bad blood is, a bad blood is a person with hindering abilities. think x-men, but the powers come with serious ramifications. want an example? in the latest duology, violet is a fourteen-year-old girl who can turn into a shadow…but she often loses herself to darkness and time, so she struggles to form back into a person. because of her shadowy nature, she also has a hard time identifying as individual rather than simply following anyone she latches onto…like a shadow. here are the top ten bad bloods you’ll meet for the first time in the new bad bloods duology, july thunder and july lightning. check out the pinterest board for more inspiration! levi (13): he’s described as a seedy sailor, with curly blond hair and skin that…glows. he might be closer to an eel. and his powers include cleaning water. kuthun (18): a love interest in the book, kuthun sees the strings of fate…even the strings of those who have died long ago. kat (15): between her night vision, her sharpened claws, and her black-white-red hair, kat might as well be a calico cat. even cats mistook her and sheltered her from a young age. skeleton (15): skeleton works in the pits, an underground fighting ring, but his name should be taken literally. he’s slowly defying all science by turning into a skeleton…and remaining alive. nuo (17): nuo grew up with our protagonist caleb, but her powers can make you repeat, repeat, repeat until whatever action you’re doing kills you. hanna (16): she might be bald, but she can grow anyone else’s hair. and dye it, too. ellen (9): she glows like a lighthouse, but after burning her own eyes, she cannot see the night she turns into day. plato (7): plato might have a glass heart…because he can turn sand into glass right before your eyes. yasir (15): do you like jewels? this is your guy. he can change anything into a gem…including his own eye, which is now a sapphire. britney (8?): her age is a mystery for a reason. her powers, too. revealing either could kill us all. bad bloods: july lightning amazon, barnes & noble, ibooks, kobo, smashwords, goodreads bad bloods: july lightning by shannon a thompson sixteen-year-old caleb has been called many things: a patient, a musician, even a prostitute…now he has a new name—son. after his identity is uncovered, caleb bands together with the family he once rejected in order to save the city of vendona. but it won’t be easy. enemies wait around every corner—and so do harsh realities. with violet and kuthun by his side though, nothing seems impossible. as vendona sits on the verge of an economic collapse and a massive hurricane threatens the city, violet and caleb must show its citizens how to overcome decades of hostility and division to save themselves. standing or not, a sea will rage, a wall may fall, and all will depend on immortal pain and sacrifice. exclusive excerpt the stale air hit me first, then the smells of the trashed road followed. my eyes itched against the stench and sudden light. when the sky began to brighten to blue, a circular gray cloud surrounded the city. it burned white against the sunlight. worse was how calm it all was. like predators luring prey into a trap with a false sense of peace. the only hint of deception was the uncomfortable humidity. it stuck to me. “how long do you think we have?” serena asked, momentarily frozen by the sky looming overhead. it looked demonic, surreal, and uncertain. “give or take fifteen minutes,” i said. “probably ten.” she cringed. “i thought you might say that.” “don’t make it nine,” i bit back. before she could respond, i took off running. i had to get to violet. i needed to. but most of all, i hoped daniel would have the sense to close the adoption house after us. chances were we weren’t making it back. not unscathed. and keeping the adoption house open at all would only risk others who didn’t deserve to face more danger. not now. not toward the end. but if i knew anything about the end—about death—it was the fact that it wasn’t fair. it was the one thing bad bloods and humans always had in common. tonight, the reminder hung over us in the form of an all-seeing storm. weather didn’t discriminate—not like politics did—and neither did death. amazon, barnes & noble, ibooks, kobo, smashwords, goodreads first book free if you haven’t started this series, don’t worry! the first bad bloods book is free across all platforms. bad bloods in 35 words or less: 17-year-old serena is the only bad blood to escape execution. now symbolized for an election, she must prove her people are human despite hindering abilities before everyone is killed and a city is destroyed. amazon, barnes & noble, ibooks, kobo, smashwords, goodreads free kindle book: bad bloods: november rain if you read, please leave a review. and if you want me to share your review, send it to shannonathompson@aol.com. i love sharing your reviews! (and i love hearing what you’d like to see in the next duology.) little authors like me depend on your support, so i greatly appreciate every minute you take to share, read, and review. ❤ thank you for your support. ❤ ~sat share this:facebooktwitterpinteresttumblremailgooglelinkedinprintlike this:like loading... tags: author, bad bloods, book recommendation, book release, book review, clean teen publishing, cover reveal, dark fantasy, duology, dystopian, excerpt, fantasy, free, free book, indie book, indie books, july lightning, lgbt, monsters, monsters in fiction, monsters in ya, new adult, new books, pinterest, publish, published, publishing, series, skeleton, superpowers, the young elites, x-men, ya, ya author, ya lgbt, ya series, young adult comments 12 comments categories book release can genres die? 24 apr “why are you writing a vampire/dystopian/princess novel? that won’t sell today! it’s been overdone. it’s dead.” if you’re a writer, you’ve probably participated in a conversation similar to the one above. trends have a lot to do with the publishing industry. if you’re lucky enough to have something written and ready to go as the trend is escalating, chances are you’ll have an easier time getting published than if you were pitching a genre that previously trended. why? because business has a lot to do with timing, and writing is a business. when a topic is hot, similar books will follow. and after the market is flooded with said genre, it’ll be harder to get that chance again. that is an inevitable fact. but do genres die? some would say yes. some would scream yes. but i would disagree. granted, will it be harder to get your book published if it follows an old trend, such as vampires or dystopia? absolutely. but if your book is truly unique—if it stands out from what was previous done—your writing can rise to the top, whether or not the genre is “dead.” take roseblood by a.g. howard for example. it was published this year, and it more or less had vampires in it. (i don’t want to mention specifics, because spoilers…but check it out.) despite following a lot of tropes (new girl goes to a new school where paranormal, romantic interest waits…because fate), the book stood out, because it twisted those tropes into something new. instead of blood-sucking nocturnal draculas, readers met…well, again, you probably have to read it for yourself. but it was unique. not that i have anything against blood-sucking nocturnal dracula vampires…i actually might miss them. genres work a lot like tropes. some readers will pick them up solely because that’s what they love. they will read those stories over and over and over again, and they will never tire of them. for instance, i will always love a good dystopian book. but if you shove me in an arena with a braided archer who wants to take down the government…i mean, come on. there are a million ways a society could be dystopian and a million ways a government can fall. it’s blatant repetition that causes readers and publishers alike to flinch away and claim something is “dead.” but it’s not dead. it’s just…boring. and it’s boring, because it’s predictable. if you’re a writer and wondering how you can surpass your “dead” genre, consider what is unique about your work and amplify the hell out of it. whether that’s your voice, viewpoint, twists, or expertise, pinpoint why this story stands out. (and if you can’t, reevaluate your work.) this is why reading the genre you’re writing in is so important. by doing that, you will know what is overdone, and you will be able to avoid it (or, at least, make your version stand out). and never stop writing just because something is “dead.” if writers made decisions based on that, writers would never write anything, because—let’s be real—everything’s been done to an extent. don’t let trends or rumors or “dead ends” stop you. write what you want to write, trends be damned. your voice will thrive, and your stories will thank you for it. i’m not going to lie though. if you wrote a novel about a vampire princess surviving in a dystopian world, i would die to read it. ~sat share this:facebooktwitterpinteresttumblremailgooglelinkedinprintlike this:like loading... tags: a.g. howard, can genres die, can i get a vampire book published, can i write a vampire novel, can i write paranormal romance, dracula, dystopian, genre, get published, paranormal romance, princess, princesses in ya, publish, publishing, roseblood, tropes, vampires, write, writer, writing, writing advice, writing tips, ya, young adult comments 25 comments categories publishing not all villains think they’re good 17 apr “every villain is the hero in their own story” is a common, popular writing tip, and while i agree, i think it is sometimes confused with “every villain thinks they’re the good guy.” there’s a difference between thinking you’re a hero and thinking you’re a good guy, and not every villain thinks they’re a good guy. though the word “hero” in itself has a positive connotation, i argue that villains can still be a “hero” in their own mind while also being aware they are doing something wrong or harmful. take revenge plots as an example. most often seen in thrillers, a protagonist could be solely out to seek revenge, whether or not that revenge is warranted. in fact, many believe revenge isn’t “justice” and therefore isn’t heroic. but, at the same time, a revenge-seeking protagonist will think of themselves as a hero without believing they are a good guy. a good example of this is gerard butler in law abiding citizen. while he is seeking revenge for his family’s deaths, he kills many people who probably didn’t deserve to be hurt at all. and he’s aware of it. in fact, he uses it as a weapon against others. therefore, he is a hero for his family, a villain to a lot of innocent people, and definitely the protagonist. but a good guy? i think he gave up that concept a long time ago. good guy? bad guy? who knows? granted, don’t get me wrong, i love a villain who thinks they’re the good guy. i love villains who tiptoe on the good/wrong line more. but i wish we saw more villains that were simply villains—bad guys doing bad things because they want to. their psyche can be just as deep as someone who is doing bad things for “good reasons” or someone who thinks they’re doing good things when they’re in fact doing bad ones. but we’ve sort of obsessed over “bad guy thinks he’s good” recently…when i think we should be focused on making villains round characters. round ≠ someone who thinks they’re good all the time. round = character who does good and bad things based on many types of motivation. people aren’t so black and white. no one is purely good or thinks they’re good, and no one is all bad either. one of my favorite, eerie quotes is that, yes, serial killers sometimes help grandma cross the street. in fact, serial killers are often some of the most charming people around. but if you study serial killers, (and you’re a true crime junkie like i am), then you know serial killers are generally aware that what they’re doing is super messed up…yet they do it anyway. and then, they go to work and school and raise families and so on and so forth. aside from killers like charles cullen* (no relation to twilight), they hardly ever think they’re being a good guy. villains can be bad guys who know they’re bad and do bad things regardless. just make sure they’re 3d while they carry out those dastardly deeds. instead of “every villain thinks they’re the hero of their own story”, let’s change it to “every villain thinks they’re the protagonist of their own story—whatever that entails.” in fact, keep this is mind for every character. your novel will love you for it. *charles cullen, also known as ‘the angel of death’, was a nurse in a hospital who killed over 400 patients. he thought he was “mercy killing.” keep in mind that many of his victims were in good health. he is currently considered the biggest serial killer in american history. ~sat my latest bad bloods book recently released! i hope you check it out.  amazon, barnes & noble, ibooks, kobo, smashwords, goodreads what are readers saying?  “i love this! i am a sucker for great characters, and july thunder has no short of them.” –the book forums “from the start, thompson grabs your attention. you’re sitting on the edge of your seat until the very last page.” – infinite lives, infinite stories “wonderful writing, captivating characters and a story that will reel you in until the last page, these bad bloods may have a tendency of breaking the rules, but their stories are way too good not to read!” – babbling books if you haven’t started this series yet, don’t worry. book 1 is free. amazon, barnes & noble, ibooks, kobo, smashwords, goodreads share this:facebooktwitterpinteresttumblremailgooglelinkedinprintlike this:like loading... tags: author, book review, charles cullen, creating villains, even serial killers walk grandma, every villain thinks he's the hero, every villains is the hero in their own story, gerard butler, heroes, law abiding citizens, novel writing, publish, publishing, revenge plots, round characters, round villains, serial killer, the angel of death, the night nurse, thrillers, true crime, twilight, villains think they're good guys, writing advice, writing tips, writing villains, young adult comments 19 comments categories writing tips ← older entries about shannonhello! i'm shannon a. thompson. i'm the best-selling ya author of the timely death trilogy and the bad bloods series! i also love coffee & cats. photo by huntress photography. available now! meet violet in the new duology from the bad bloods universe! available now! clean teen publishing first book free! click for free book! like me on facebook like me on facebook follow me on twittermy tweetsnewsletter sign up join me on instagram click for more info recent posts an author with poor penmanship i dnf a book the ya protagonist’s age: you’re 17? 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