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Awesome Surprise from Authors Lindsay Currie and Trisha Leaver


With the release date of CREED rapidly approaching, Lindsay and I have been fielding questions about what our co-authored voice sounds like,  how psychologically twisted our collective mind is, and do I need to read all of your co-authored pieces with the lights on?

Rather than simply answer those questions, we thought we’d take it one step further and actually show you! We toyed with writing a prequel-type novella to set the stage for CREED, but you know us…why write a novella to CREED when you can give them  entirely different book to enjoy!

After much discussion with our agents and an enthusiastic ‘go for it’ from our publisher, we have decided to utilize Wattpad to give the world a sneak peek at what they can expect from our co-authored voice. So here it is, a new, psychologically twisted, co-authored YA Thriller.

“The darkness would’ve scared me years ago, but not anymore—if you couldn’t see it, then you didn’t know it was there to be afraid of.”
~Jake Holloway, SILO

Starting today, we will be sharing a chapter a week of our co-authored book, SILO, on Wattpad for the world to enjoy, hate, question our sanity, run screaming from… The last chapter of the book will drop the week of November 8th, the same week CREED releases!

So, go forth and be appropriately frightened as you realize just what our twisted minds of capable of.  Spread the word, leave a comment on Wattpad or simply enjoy the book in the dark confines of your own home.

Link to SILO on Wattpad: http://www.wattpad.com/54090436-silo


Trisha Leaver lives on Cape Cod with her husband, three children, and one rather irreverent dog.  Her co-authored, YA Psychological Horror drops November 8, 2014 from FLUX.  Her solo YA Contemporary, THE SECRETS WE KEEP, releases April, 28th 2015 from FSG/ Macmillan








Lindsay lives in Chicago, Illinois with one incredibly patient hubby, three amazing kids and one adorable, but irreverent Bullmastiff named Sam. She graduated from Knox College in the heart of the Midwest and has been writing for as long as she can remember.

Today, Lindsay is an author, as well as a freelance editor for young adult, new adult and middle grade fiction.  She is a proud member of SCBWI, The YA Scream Queens and OneFourKidLit 




Comments

  1. Thanks for the shout-out. As of now, 200+ reads!

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  2. Oooh! You've got me hooked. I do love a good thriller. Neat you're doing it on Wattpad! I will definitely be tuning in each week!

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  3. Great idea. Hope this generates tons of interest. Love writers that can collaborate.

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  4. That's a neat idea! I really hope it does well!

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  5. Ooh, I love the tagline to Silo. Nice and catchy! Whoa, really? November? Well, that does make sense since it's a chapter a week reveal. The agony! (For both Author and Reader) hehe

    A great blog post for you is to discuss how you coauthed Silo--the mechanics between you and your partner. <3

    Beautiful blog, btw!

    ♥.•*¨Elizabeth¨*•.♥

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  6. What a wonderful way to lead into a release! Here's wishing both of you tons of success

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