There is a place for everyone at Endever. Sound too good to be true? Then I dare you to read through these options and find where you belong in Endever. BE A READER At our very core, we are books. And we are GREAT books. The easiest but most important way to be a part … Continue reading Join Endever
“You’re crazy, you know that?” “I know that. You’ve been telling me for years now. But shut up, okay? The scene’s about to start.” “Fine. I’ll whisper. How about that?” “Better. I’d still prefer if you just shut up though.” “You know, I told myself the last time I helped you that it was going … Continue reading The First Degree
Today, your Writing Tip Tuesday comes from our author Matthew Wainwright!
I’m currently going through the Endever Process with what now feels like my first actual novel (the others, it turns out, were all just pretend — or at best they were exercises to get me warmed up for the real thing). In practical terms, this means the manuscript is opened up to the bullpen of house authors, and the first five who volunteer get to read it through and make comments — we do this on Google Drive, because it’s awesome and because we get to comment on each others’ comments, which can quite frankly be hilarious at times.
This has proven to be an invaluable experience, particularly for me as a first-time publisher author, as it’s the first time the novel has been opened up to a diverse group of people with diverse opinions who — and here’s the important bit — know what they’re talking about.
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Hi all! Things have been rather quiet on the Endever front since the release of R. Tim Morris' book, This Never Happened. (Do you have a copy yet? If so, share a pic with us!) The task of publishing ebbs and flows between bursts of exciting book release news and quiet moments of insanely busy … Continue reading Spring in the Carolinas!
"Hey, where'd you go?" I heard behind me. Turning around, I see my best friend from years ago, looking the same as she did at thirteen. "I was just checking on..." What was I checking on? "Well, when you're done, there is a guy over there who wants us to go with him." I … Continue reading My Nightmares Are My Messengers