#TellMeSomethingReal | September 14th, 2016
Calla Devlin dropped by to share the story of how she took a setting from her childhood and turned it into a novel.
Calla went on to explain that Tell Me Something Real started as a short story project for grad school in 2003 and, with the help of her SF writers group, became a set of short stories following the Babcock sisters into adulthood and later the book now sitting on shelves.#TellMeSomethingReal is not a cancer novel but one of a Journey.— Christy Jane (@diamondxgirl) September 15, 2016
When asked if she was planning a sequel, she referenced thoughts about it. "The material is there; I wrote short stories following Iris' return," Calla shared, "I'm working on a non-related book that is out next year and starting a third book that is also unrelated."Now we are listening to @calladevlin read from her first novel #TellMeSomethingReal @simonteen @nymbc pic.twitter.com/R2wDZYql2i— Nancy (@RavenousReadr) September 15, 2016
We previously reviewed Tell Me Something Real and gave it four glowing stars, as it surprised us and kept us going on the journey with the Babcocks. As always, Books, Inc has signed copies following the event so be sure to pick one up! Or try your luck winning a signed ARC below.Right Where You Left Me is @calladevlin tentative title for her upcoming novel.— Nancy (@RavenousReadr) September 15, 2016
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