With Kelley Armstrong, Kimberly Derting, Ashley Elston, Melissa Marr & Jennifer Rush.
Ava Jae@Ava_JaeYA Thriller panel agrees HUNGER GAMES & DIVERGENT pushed the limits of how much violence is ok in YA. Boundaries aren't as strict now #RT14Fri, May 16 2014 15:38:37ReplyRetweetFavoritehttp://twitter.com/Ava_Jae/status/467328274084151296— Ava Jae (@Ava_Jae)Fri, May 16 2014 15:38:37
Ava Jae@Ava_Jae"Repetition of any word, whether it's f*** or gratuitous needs to be changed." (But cursing isn't inherently a problem) -@melissa_marr #RT14Fri, May 16 2014 15:41:59ReplyRetweetFavoritehttp://twitter.com/Ava_Jae/status/467329119974195200— Ava Jae (@Ava_Jae)Fri, May 16 2014 15:41:59
Ava Jae@Ava_Jae"I feel like there will always be room for really great books [regardless of the genre]." -@Jenn_Rush #RT14Fri, May 16 2014 15:45:59ReplyRetweetFavoritehttp://twitter.com/Ava_Jae/status/467330125634494466— Ava Jae (@Ava_Jae)Fri, May 16 2014 15:45:59
Ava Jae@Ava_Jae"I don't know that being established gives you permission to do different things. Publishing has a very short memory." -@melissa_marr #RT14Fri, May 16 2014 15:48:54ReplyRetweetFavoritehttp://twitter.com/Ava_Jae/status/467330862657601536— Ava Jae (@Ava_Jae)Fri, May 16 2014 15:48:54
Ava Jae@Ava_JaeImportant point for #writers: you must build up the tension as much as possible before the kiss/attack/climax/etc. @kimberlyderting #RT14Fri, May 16 2014 15:51:25ReplyRetweetFavoritehttp://twitter.com/Ava_Jae/status/467331496223969280— Ava Jae (@Ava_Jae)Fri, May 16 2014 15:51:25
Ava Jae@Ava_JaeWhat genre your book falls into tends to depend on how the book is spun when being sold by agents/editors. @melissa_marr #RT14Fri, May 16 2014 15:56:15ReplyRetweetFavoritehttp://twitter.com/Ava_Jae/status/467332711762243584— Ava Jae (@Ava_Jae)Fri, May 16 2014 15:56:15