Letters from the Editor: On the holy combo of Fireball and apple cider, 2018's best book covers, and more
Hello, all! It's crazy to think about how close we are to the new year. This month has been full of excitement at LTS Editorial and we're looking forward to a nice lull over the next few weeks.
Much of the December frenzy was due to this promotion that we ran; if you or someone you know feels like there's a book in you and you're ready to bring it to fruition, a BookFlow Session would be just the thing to make it happen. Though the discount has ended, there are still some 2019 spots available! Let's bring your book to life in 2019.
I know we're all in holiday mode at this point so I'll leave you to enjoy your publishing news, Christmas cookies, and eggnog -- or Fireball-spiked apple cider (a magical combination, for the uninitiated). This will be the last newsletter for a while, and I look forward to writing to you all in January!
Wishing you and yours the happiest of holidays and happy reading!
Happy, happy holidays! Who's ready to consume an unhealthy amount of eggnog over the course of the next four weeks?
As wonderful as this time of year is, there's a special kind of stress that comes along with trying to pick out the perfect gift for someone you care about. We don't need to be ashamed to admit that covering all the bases of a good gift (i.e. genuinely thoughtful, practically useful, and contextually appropriate) isn't easy.
Buying the right gift for a writer poses an extra challenge, especially if you know that writer's craft is important to them; the temptation to cop out and just get them yet another Moleskine can be overwhelming. So, as a festive favor to you all, I've put together a list of six gifts you can give to the writer in your life that'll show some love and recognition for their creative side. In store we've got DIY writer's retreats, gorgeous pens, and a very special opportunity with yours truly...the gift of clarity that every writer craves.