Author Archives: Tracey Neithercott

  I’m kind of having a hard time wrapping my brain around this: In six months, Gray Wolf Island will be out in the world.   Gimme a sec:   😱   😱   😱   Okay, I’m functional again. … Continue reading


Hey, guys!   Blah blah blah stuff you’re not going to read because of that title. Blah blah blah blah.   If you’re the kind of person who reads a post before entering a giveaway, be proud. Not only do … Continue reading

giveaway, newsletter

In honor of Halloween, I’m re-posting a true story I told on my blog a few years back. It goes like this:   There might have been a ghost and there might not have been. You can decide which option … Continue reading

true story

So I’m doing this thing.   Actually, I’m attempting to do this thing. Mostly I’m flailing around.     But fancy Internet skills or not, I’m creating a newsletter. In the next month or so, I’ll be sending out the … Continue reading


  Sometimes I get really, really lucky.   Take, for instance, that time when I snagged an interview with Traci Chee about her debut novel The Reader. What made this extra lucky was that she sent along an ARC, which … Continue reading

author interview, writing

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  So I’ve been on a bit of a fantasy kick, which has nothing to do with working like crazy and wanting an escape from real life.   Almost nothing.   Anyway, I assume your to-be-read list is like mine—tall and mocking. … Continue reading

book review

KALI BY GABOR SOMOSKOI FEATURING ZSOFI FENYVESI When you get to be a certain-aged adult (which is basically anything over 25), you get this idea in your head that you’re the you you’re always going to be. It’s the idea … Continue reading

process, Uncategorized, writing