Meagan Spooner
Absolutely brilliant. This is the sci fi I’ve been waiting for! Action, romance, twists and turns–this book has it all!

Beth Revis, New York Times best-selling author of ACROSS THE UNIVERSE

2017-11-06T11:42:38-05:00

Beth Revis, New York Times best-selling author of ACROSS THE UNIVERSE

Absolutely brilliant. This is the sci fi I’ve been waiting for! Action, romance, twists and turns–this book has it all!
"A literally breathtaking archaeological expedition. Spooner and Kaufman prove once again that no one does high-stakes adventure shenanigans like they do."

E. K. Johnston, #1 New York Times best-selling author of Star Wars: Ahsoka

2017-11-06T11:44:34-05:00

E. K. Johnston, #1 New York Times best-selling author of Star Wars: Ahsoka

"A literally breathtaking archaeological expedition. Spooner and Kaufman prove once again that no one does high-stakes adventure shenanigans like they do."
One of the most intense, thrilling, and achingly beautiful stories I’ve ever read. Kaufman and Spooner will break your heart with skilled aplomb, and you’ll thank them for it. Absolutely incredible! If I have to, I will come to your house and shove this book into your hands!

Marie Lu, New York Times best-selling author of the Legend trilogy

2017-11-06T11:48:19-05:00

Marie Lu, New York Times best-selling author of the Legend trilogy

One of the most intense, thrilling, and achingly beautiful stories I’ve ever read. Kaufman and Spooner will break your heart with skilled aplomb, and you’ll thank them for it. Absolutely incredible! If I have to, I will come to your house and shove this book into your hands!
With rich, complex characters and a dynamic—and dangerous—new world, THESE BROKEN STARS completely transported me.

Jodi Meadows, author of the Incarnate series

2017-11-06T12:09:41-05:00

Jodi Meadows, author of the Incarnate series

With rich, complex characters and a dynamic—and dangerous—new world, THESE BROKEN STARS completely transported me.
Intense and absorbing, Skylark transported me to a world of magic and danger unlike anything I’ve read before. I loved Lark, and was riveted by her journey of survival and self-discovery. Dark, original, and beautiful, this is a novel you don’t want to miss.

Veronica Rossi, author of UNDER THE NEVER SKY

2017-11-06T12:13:28-05:00

Veronica Rossi, author of UNDER THE NEVER SKY

Intense and absorbing, Skylark transported me to a world of magic and danger unlike anything I’ve read before. I loved Lark, and was riveted by her journey of survival and self-discovery. Dark, original, and beautiful, this is a novel you don’t want to miss.
Skylark's rich narrative and plucky heroine will transport you into a mesmerizing and horrifying world.

New York Times bestselling author Carrie Jones

2017-11-27T09:17:02-05:00

New York Times bestselling author Carrie Jones

Skylark's rich narrative and plucky heroine will transport you into a mesmerizing and horrifying world.
With its blend of dystopian, steampunk, and generally fantastical elements, Spooner's follow up is even stronger and more gripping as the debut and is sure to ensnare further loyal readers.

Booklist (Starred Review)

2017-11-27T10:01:57-05:00

Booklist (Starred Review)

With its blend of dystopian, steampunk, and generally fantastical elements, Spooner's follow up is even stronger and more gripping as the debut and is sure to ensnare further loyal readers.
This intriguing dystopian adventure's depiction of the stand this strong female protagonist takes against the horrors of her world is fast-paced, compelling, and un-put-downable.

VOYA

2017-11-27T10:05:07-05:00

VOYA

This intriguing dystopian adventure's depiction of the stand this strong female protagonist takes against the horrors of her world is fast-paced, compelling, and un-put-downable.
Once again, the worldbuilding is superb, the characters fully fleshed out and intriguing, the battles riveting, and the edge-of-the seat suspense compelling. Teens looking for a well-written dystopian adventure with steampunk elements in the magical machines created by the Architects will enjoy spending time with Lark and her companions.

VOYA Magazine, starred review

2017-11-27T10:27:43-05:00

VOYA Magazine, starred review

Once again, the worldbuilding is superb, the characters fully fleshed out and intriguing, the battles riveting, and the edge-of-the seat suspense compelling. Teens looking for a well-written dystopian adventure with steampunk elements in the magical machines created by the Architects will enjoy spending time with Lark and her companions.
An extremely entertaining tale of past, present and future leaving the question: where does humanity stand when the best laid plans backfire?

Children's Literature

2017-11-27T10:29:04-05:00

Children's Literature

An extremely entertaining tale of past, present and future leaving the question: where does humanity stand when the best laid plans backfire?
A haunting and romantic exploration of love and what sacrifices come with freedom.


Marie Lu

2017-11-27T15:17:04-05:00

Marie Lu

A haunting and romantic exploration of love and what sacrifices come with freedom.
Amazing. That one word describes the whole book.

VOYA

2017-11-27T15:18:24-05:00

VOYA

Amazing. That one word describes the whole book.

In Search of the Write Space: April Genevieve Tucholke

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30 Responses to “In Search of the Write Space: April Genevieve Tucholke”

  1. Taryn says:

    Great writing space! I love looking at these posts, they really inspire me in creating my own writing space. I was wondering would you happen to know who the artist is of the painting/print hanging above April’s desk? Thanks!!

  2. Kathy L. says:

    I love that bookshelf! I’m often crouching down to look at books on the bottom shelf so the way it tilts makes it perfect!

  3. Kate says:

    I can’t WAIT for this book!
    Love the art work on the wall, and the patterns on the chairs.

  4. GORGEOUS!! I love all the mood lighting, and that painting on the wall is fantastic!

  5. Erin says:

    That painting is so hauntingly beautiful. Love the bookshelves – the slight tilt on the bottom shelf is such a good idea!

  6. I have two of these tall, amiable, bottom-tilted bookcases–both from the same deceased indie bookstore. Apparently they were made in New York by the person who built the bookcases for Meg Ryan’s The Shop Around The Corner bookstore in You’ve Got Mail.

  7. Those ones we couldn’t see still came with amazing mental images! I have a sudden urge to go gypsy write somewhere….

  8. Vivien says:

    Oh I seriously want to see those ‘too dark pictures’. I swear, my life is really dark as well. My photos probably wouldn’t turn out either.

  9. cait says:

    I’m SO excited for this book!! I’ve had it marked to-read for a loooong time. Great writing space, April! I do love that red wall. 🙂

  10. Krispy says:

    This series is so fun, but I love this post about April’s write space. It pretty much matches what I know about her, haha. Is it okay to say my favorite pic is that last one of the darkness? That caption made me laugh. (I like the dog on the couch one too.)

    And um, secret passageway? What? Can I come visit? 🙂

  11. Lesley C says:

    I love your writing space!

  12. Breana M. says:

    Wow, as it turns out I have nothing to say, so I’ll just answer the question. My favorite picture is the first one, because you know that dog is adorable, the painting in the background is awesome, and I love that chair. 🙂

  13. YAY FOR APRIL OMG! April, you already know that I loved your book sooooo much! I’m honored to have read it early – thanks to a fantastic bloggy friend! She let me borrow her ARC. I gave your book to my sister – she legit said, “I can’t believe April is a debut author!” Meaning, she expected you to have a billion contracted books because your book was so insanely good, that anything you write would be contracted IMMEDIATELY.

    I agreed with her 😉

    I love your Edward Gorey picture! There one of his pictures that’s a snail with the head of a fish, on a couch… I don’t know what it’s called. I like that one! The juxtaposition is freaky cool.

    Anyway. Thank you for the very cool post and giveaway! I already pre-ordered your book, but nothing beats SIGNED STUFF! 😀

    *huggles April*

  14. Chloe Lee says:

    I can not wait til Between the….. comes out. I love this website BTW!

  15. Sel says:

    All of these pictures are so dark and lovely 🙂 The atmosphere belongs to gothic lit, where romantic and creepy dreams happen under the lamplight in the dead of the night! No wonder April could write such a morbidly gorgeous book!

    So excited for BtD&tDBS <3 I'm probably going to cry when I touch that pretty cover 🙂

  16. Stacy Renee says:

    I love the second pic with Finn sitting on the desk. Love that artwork, too.
    I want to read this book sooooo bad!

  17. Jenny says:

    Your writing space (especially the parts not pictured…) sounds amazing. And as for your TBR pile- or what I can see- it looks like you’re all set for great and productive writing! Plus I’ve always wished for a secret passage to a library, so you’re writing space is practically my dream.

  18. Kayla C says:

    For my write anything comment: I’ve been telling anyone within earshot how absolutely amazing the Starcrossed trilogy by Josephine Angelini is! It could just be because I have a huge obsession with Greek mythology, but I couldn’t put any of these books down!
    (And this concludes my public service announcement. Carry on.)

  19. I love, love, love that patterned chair. It’s gorgeous, and I want one! Great pictures!

  20. Babel says:

    Wow, I can really picture that wine cellar where you plot the death of your characters 😉 Anyway, the girl in the painting looks so sad, is it because of the coyotes? Why does she look so forlorn?

  21. i really like your paisley chair. i’m attracted to paisley patterns. and you have a secret passage?! that’s freakin’ awesome 😀

  22. Jesselle says:

    I love the picture of the paisley chair and the red wall. It looks so cozy. It’s my kind of reading corner. Thanks for the awesome giveaway! 🙂

  23. Such a lovely space! Though I’m presently a student and, as a result, don’t really have a dedicated writing space, I’d love to have somewhere half as nice as this…secret passageways included. 🙂

  24. professional dog walkers

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