BETWEEN Blog Tour and TWO BIG PRIZE PACKS!

July 23, 2014
So, I promised you guys that while I would definitely have to do a lot of promotional tweeting/blogging/talking in the weeks leading up to release day, I would also make it more tolerable for everyone by giving you lots of free stuff.

In the last few weeks, I've given away nine books (not including the five I'm giving away this week!) and we're wrapping it all up with two huge prize packs that coincide with Between's blog tour! 

My friends and family who aren't in the book world just read that and thought, "What in the heck is a blog tour?" So just to quickly explain: a blog tour is when several blogs sign up to host you on their blog for several days in a row in order to promote you/your book and reach more readers by going beyond your own circle of followers on various social media sites. When I say "host," I mean that day's post on the participating blog will be mine. My blog tour is made up of a collection of interviews, book excerpts, guest posts, and reviews. 

Between's blog tour started Monday, July 21, and it runs through Friday, August 1. There'll be a new post on a different blog every single day telling you a little more about Between! Here's the schedule:


Monday, 7/21: Miss Riki's Musings
Tuesday, 7/22: Bran Writes 
Wednesday, 7/23: Adventures in Writerland 
Thursday, 7/24: Bumbles & Fairytales 
Friday, 7/25: Who R U 
Monday, 7/28: Left to Write 
Tuesday, 7/29: The Cover Contessa
Wednesday, 7/30: Because Reading
Thursday, 7/31: Lis Les Livres 
Friday, 8/1: A Leisure Moment 

And as I mentioned before- MORE GIVEAWAYS! I called on my author friends to see who would be able to donate things for a giveaway, and I got such an amazing response that we were able to split everything into two awesome prize packs! Here's what we're giving away:


BETWEEN Prize Pack #1
BETWEEN by Megan Whitmer ARC (signed)
SING SWEET NIGHTINGALE by Erica Cameron (signed) 
EVER by Jessa Russo (signed)
RECLAIMED by Sarah Guillory (signed)
TRAGIC TALES OF STRANGE GIRLS ebook by Suzy G
THE ART OF FALLING ebook by Jenny Kaczorowski
postcard with download code for eARC of OF SCARS AND STARDUST by Andee Hannah

BETWEEN Prize Pack #2
BETWEEN by Megan Whitmer ARC (signed)
DOORWAYS TO EXTRA TIME by Erica Cameron (signed)
DIVIDE by Jessa Russo (signed)
RECLAIMED by Sarah Guillory (signed)
Preorder of BLACKFIN SKY by Kat Ellis
ULTRAVIOLET CATASTROPHE by Jamie Grey (signed)

BOTH prize packs will also include various swag from authors: Jessa Russo, Dahlia Adler, Tonya Kuper, Lynne Matson, and Kat Ellis

All the stops on the tour will include rafflecopters to enter this giveaway, and you can also enter it below! Good luck!

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BETWEEN RELEASE MONTH PARTY! Week Four Giveaways: Books by Gwenda Bond, Victoria Schwab, Danielle Ellison, Dahlia Adler, and Kelsey Macke

July 22, 2014
(In case you're new around here and don't know why we're celebrating, my book, Between, comes out on July 29!  As release day approaches, I've been thinking about what I want people to know about my book. I decided to spend the month highlighting some of my favorite characteristics of Between, and giving away a different set of books each week that share those characteristics!)

ONLY ONE WEEK LEFT! This week I'm giving away FIVE books! The books are: 1 e-book of your choice by Gwenda Bond, 1 e-book of your choice by Victoria Schwab, 1 e-book of Salt or paperback of Follow Me Through Darkness by Danielle Ellison, 1 paperback of Behind the Scenes by Dahlia Adler, and 1 paperback of Damsel Distressed by Kelsey Macke. Five winners, one prize per winner. 

Check out the vlog to find out why I picked this week's books, and fill out the rafflecopter below to enter! (If the vlog doesn't load, go here: http://youtu.be/rsQ8SVEnJxw)


a Rafflecopter giveaway

What's that? You wanna know more about my book? HOW CONVENIENT THAT I HAVE THIS INFO RIGHT HERE. 


When a supernatural freak of nature forces her family to separate, seventeen-year-old Charlie Page must turn to her frustrating (yet gorgeous) neighbor, Seth, to help reunite them. Seth whisks Charlie to Ellauria--a magical world filled with the creatures of myths and legends--and tells her of the Fellowship, the group charged with protecting mystical beings from human discovery. (All except Bigfoot; that attention whore is a total lost cause.) But when Charlie learns that she's under the Fellowship's protection herself, well, "stressed" is an understatement. 

Ellauria should be the safest place for Charlie while the Fellowship works to find her family, but things in the mystical realm aren't what they seem. Magic is failing, creatures are dying, and the Fellowship insists Charlie holds the key to saving everyone. With her family still missing and the danger in Ellauria growing, Charlie doesn't know who she can trust. She's dealing with a power she never asked for, falling for a guy she can't have, and being forced to choose between her destiny and her heart. And if she chooses wrong, she could destroy magic forever. 

Charlie may be in over her head.


Order Between!

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BETWEEN RELEASE MONTH PARTY! Week Three Giveaways: Isla and the Happily Ever After, Intangible, Chime, and Liv, Forever

July 15, 2014
(In case you're new around here and don't know why we're celebrating, my book, Between, comes out on July 29!  As release day approaches, I've been thinking about what I want people to know about my book. I decided to spend the month highlighting some of my favorite characteristics of Between, and giving away a different set of books each week that share those characteristics!)

This week I'm giving away e-books of ISLA AND THE HAPPILY EVER AFTER, INTANGIBLE, CHIME, and LIV, FOREVER. This week, each of these books relates to a different aspect of Between, and since they're all so different, I'm going to let the four winners choose whichever book they want (which means all four winners may choose the same book).

Check out the vlog to find out why I picked this week's books, and fill out the rafflecopter below to enter! (If the vlog doesn't load, go here: http://youtu.be/FPsyugIvjuM)





What's that? You wanna know more about my book? HOW CONVENIENT THAT I HAVE THIS INFO RIGHT HERE. 


When a supernatural freak of nature forces her family to separate, seventeen-year-old Charlie Page must turn to her frustrating (yet gorgeous) neighbor, Seth, to help reunite them. Seth whisks Charlie to Ellauria--a magical world filled with the creatures of myths and legends--and tells her of the Fellowship, the group charged with protecting mystical beings from human discovery. (All except Bigfoot; that attention whore is a total lost cause.) But when Charlie learns that she's under the Fellowship's protection herself, well, "stressed" is an understatement. 

Ellauria should be the safest place for Charlie while the Fellowship works to find her family, but things in the mystical realm aren't what they seem. Magic is failing, creatures are dying, and the Fellowship insists Charlie holds the key to saving everyone. With her family still missing and the danger in Ellauria growing, Charlie doesn't know who she can trust. She's dealing with a power she never asked for, falling for a guy she can't have, and being forced to choose between her destiny and her heart. And if she chooses wrong, she could destroy magic forever. 

Charlie may be in over her head.


Order Between!

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BETWEEN RELEASE MONTH PARTY! Week Two Giveaways: Far Far Away, Hook's Revenge, and Dorothy Must Die

July 8, 2014
(In case you're new around here and don't know why we're celebrating, my book, Between, comes out on July 29!  As release day approaches, I've been thinking about what I want people to know about my book. I decided to spend the month highlighting some of my favorite characteristics of Between, and giving away a different set of books each week that share those characteristics!)

This week I'm giving away e-books of Far, Far Away by Tom McNeal, Hook's Revenge by Heidi Schulz, and Dorothy Must Die by Danielle Paige (three winners, one book per winner).

NEWS! If you can't make it to my launch party and want to order an autographed copy of Between, you can do so by going here, and in the Order Comments just note that you want an autographed copy! I'll sign it at my launch party and The Morris Book Shop will ship it to you after August 2.


Check out the vlog to find out why I picked this week's books, and fill out the rafflecopter below to enter! (If the vlog doesn't load, go here: http://youtu.be/zgTtMzEeNMY) 




  a Rafflecopter giveaway


What's that? You wanna know more about my book? HOW CONVENIENT THAT I HAVE THIS INFO RIGHT HERE. (Click the cover to find it on Amazon!)


When a supernatural freak of nature forces her family to separate, seventeen-year-old Charlie Page must turn to her frustrating (yet gorgeous) neighbor, Seth, to help reunite them. Seth whisks Charlie to Ellauria--a magical world filled with the creatures of myths and legends--and tells her of the Fellowship, the group charged with protecting mystical beings from human discovery. (All except Bigfoot; that attention whore is a total lost cause.) But when Charlie learns that she's under the Fellowship's protection herself, well, "stressed" is an understatement. 

Ellauria should be the safest place for Charlie while the Fellowship works to find her family, but things in the mystical realm aren't what they seem. Magic is failing, creatures are dying, and the Fellowship insists Charlie holds the key to saving everyone. With her family still missing and the danger in Ellauria growing, Charlie doesn't know who she can trust. She's dealing with a power she never asked for, falling for a guy she can't have, and being forced to choose between her destiny and her heart. And if she chooses wrong, she could destroy magic forever. 

Charlie may be in over her head.
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Want to Download Between by Megan Whitmer for FREE? (Epub, pdf, doc, txt)

July 6, 2014
Hi.

In March of 2011, I started writing a book. I worked on it in bits and pieces, stealing scraps of time when my one-year-old was napping and my four-year-old was in preschool. Mostly, I wrote it at night, between the hours of 10pm and 2am, when the rest of my house was asleep.

I finished that first draft in four months. I paid someone to read it, before I had any CPs. I rewrote it, changing my main character from 14 to 17, and the point of view from third to first.

I found CPs. I let them read it. They ripped it apart.

I rewrote it again. I changed the tense from past to present. I rewrote it. Again.

We went to the beach. I wrote. My kids had birthday parties and classroom parties and tea parties in their rooms. I wrote. My parents spent Saturdays here, helping out. I wrote. Laundry piled up. I wrote.

And then Spencer Hill Press offered to publish it. We decided to make that book into a trilogy. I went through five rounds of rewrites/edits, each one ending in a teary phone call to my super patient editor because I wasn't going to make the deadline (I have yet to actually make a deadline) and I absolutely HATE feeling like I'm letting people down (each time, she talked me off the ledge and helped me keep moving.)

I spent January 2013-November 2013 writing that book. I joke about how I don't remember anything that happened in 2013 that wasn't book-related. Except it's not a joke. I have very little memory of my daughter's swim team season last year, or of her last semester of kindergarten/first semester of 1st grade. I am the absolute worst at work-life balance.

My book advance was a quarter of what I used to make in a month working full-time. My royalties aren't going to be enough to live off of. If you break down what I will make off this book into an hourly wage based on the number of hours I worked on it from the day I wrote that first scene to the day my editor said, "It's finished" .....never mind, I can't even think about that. It's laughable.

This is not a cry for sympathy of any sort. I love this book. I'm thrilled that it's being published. I'm so excited for people to read it. Holding my book in my hands is worth everything I've put into it.

You can find it here:
Morris Book Shop
Amazon
Barnes & Noble
Book Depository

Or go to your local library.

If you download my book for free, don't misunderstand--it's not just a free file you're downloading off the internet. That's my book you're stealing. Just because you pay money to belong to a site that allows you to download copyrighted material for free, don't assume that your money is being spent to pay for those books. The ads on those sites do not pay for those books. You are stealing. It's piracy. It's illegal. Don't do it.






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BETWEEN RELEASE MONTH PARTY! Week One Giveaways: Hex Hall and Paranormalcy

July 1, 2014
JULY IS HERE! LET THE MONTH-LONG CELEBRATION BEGIN!

THANKS SO MUCH FOR COMING TO MY PARTY! YOU LOOK TERRIFIC!

(In case you're new around here and don't know why we're celebrating, my book, Between, comes out on July 29! PARTAAAAAAAAY!)

As release day approaches, I've been thinking about what I want people to know about Between. I decided to spend the next three weeks highlighting some of my favorite characteristics of Between and giving away books that share those characteristics.

This week I'm giving away e-books of Hex Hall by Rachel Hawkins and Paranormalcy by Kiersten White (two winners, one book per winner, and if you've already read these, you're welcome to pick any other Rachel Hawkins or Kiersten White title).

Check out the vlog to find out why, and fill out the rafflecopter below to enter! (If the vlog doesn't load, go here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z1gnnvnnIvc)




a Rafflecopter giveaway


What's that? You wanna know more about my book? HOW CONVENIENT THAT I HAVE THIS INFO RIGHT HERE. (Click the cover to find it on Amazon!)




When a supernatural freak of nature forces her family to separate, seventeen-year-old Charlie Page must turn to her frustrating (yet gorgeous) neighbor, Seth, to help reunite them. Seth whisks Charlie to Ellauria--a magical world filled with the creatures of myths and legends--and tells her of the Fellowship, the group charged with protecting mystical beings from human discovery. (All except Bigfoot; that attention whore is a total lost cause.) But when Charlie learns that she's under the Fellowship's protection herself, well, "stressed" is an understatement. 

Ellauria should be the safest place for Charlie while the Fellowship works to find her family, but things in the mystical realm aren't what they seem. Magic is failing, creatures are dying, and the Fellowship insists Charlie holds the key to saving everyone. With her family still missing and the danger in Ellauria growing, Charlie doesn't know who she can trust. She's dealing with a power she never asked for, falling for a guy she can't have, and being forced to choose between her destiny and her heart. And if she chooses wrong, she could destroy magic forever. 

Charlie may be in over her head.
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JULY 2014 IS HERE! IT IS ACTUALLY HERE! WHAT IN THE WORLD. (Also, giveaways!)

June 30, 2014
When I announced my book deal with Spencer Hill Press back in January 2013, Between's release date of July 29, 2014 seemed like an eternity away.

AND NOW IT IS HERE.



I MEAN SORT OF.

THE RELEASE DATE IS NOT HERE BUT JULY 2014 IS HERE.



I MEAN SORT OF.

I KNOW IT'S TECHNICALLY JUNE 30 BUT JUST WORK WITH ME HERE.

So here's the thing, Between comes out 4 weeks from tomorrow. That means you are about to see a LOT of promotion from me--interviews, guest blog posts, tweets, facebook things, etc. And you all know that I hate it when someone is all PROMO PROMO PROMO so I promise to do my best not to drive any of you crazy.

I do have fun plans for you though. I'm going all Oprah and giving away books all month long! Every Tuesday, I'll announce two books that I'm giving away that weeksome new, some not so newbut all books that have influenced me and/or BETWEEN in some way. I'll announce the giveaways here and on my vlog, so please share this post and subscribe to both so you don't miss them!

OK COME BACK TOMORROW TO GET THE PARTY STARTED!

I AM SO EXCITED. LET'S ALL DANCE NOW.




(Oh and don't forget! If you preorder Between, you get free stuff! I'm all out of bracelets, but I'd love to send you a signed bookmark!)



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Signing Between for the First Time!

May 27, 2014





You guys.

Listen. Book Expo America (BEA) is an experience. If you ever have the opportunity to go, you should. I went in 2013 for the first time, which was overwhelming and awesome. You just can't imagine how big it is, and they give you free books. What more could you possibly want in life?

This year, I went as an author. I went to a rooftop party where they served cupcakes with little pictures of my book on top. I handed out buttons with sayings from my book on them. I spoke to people who knew who I was and were excited about my book. There were people lined up to have me sign an advanced copy of Between for them.

WHAT IS MY LIFE RIGHT NOW?

Knowing that people are reading my book right now is a weird feeling. I've always been most excited about this part of the process. I want readers. I want people to know Seth and Charlie. I want to know what they love and what they don't love. It's also completely terrifying, you know? I have no control what happens at this point. The book is finished. People are reading it. I can't control how readers respond to it. I can't change anything now. I just spent years creating this story, and now it's out there and it will mean something different to every single person that reads it.

I'm sure there will be people who see things in it that I didn't even realize were there. I hope some readers connect with the story and the characters. I hope they think Charlie is funny and Seth is endearing. I hope they open that front cover and see that amazing map and I hope they daydream about what a world like Ellauria would be like.





Beyond that, I stood in lines to see my favorite authors and have them sign books for me. I got to spend time with my Kelsey, and several other of my favorite writer friends. I hugged Marieke for the first time. I went to the rooftop party with Dahlia, Danielle, and Heidi, and the Met with Andrea, Megan, and Carey, and had ice cream in bed with Kelsey.



All in all, it was the perfect first book signing. Sometimes I still can't believe this is real.
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Launch party info and BETWEEN preorder giveaway!

April 22, 2014
HI GUYS!

Between comes out in less than 100 days.

98 days to be exact BUT WHO'S COUNTING?!

First off, I wanted to invite everyone to Between's launch party. It will be Saturday, August 2, at 4:00pm EST, and my favorite local indie store, Morris Book Shop, is hosting it! If you live in the area or feel like taking a road trip, I'd love for you to attend! I'll be posting about it on my Facebook page, so if you haven't liked it already, now's a good time to do so.

Aaaaaaand I have these really beautiful bookmarks.....

So I've been thinking it would be fun to do pass out some bookmarks!!! Here's the deal: everyone who preorders a copy of Between will get a signed bookmark. All you have to do is send me proof of your preorder (you can screen cap it on Amazon or wherever you've preordered it) to meganwhitmerwrites (at) gmail.com. This is open to every single person who's preordered the book, even if you did it months ago. This giveaway will run right up until release day, July 29, 2014.

BUT THAT'S NOT ALL!

(I just really wanted to say that. If you were here with me right now you would've heard me do it in all my infomercial voice glory. But also if you were here with me right now it'd be a little weird because I'm in my pajamas and my hair is disgusting and I'm trying out this new face mask so let's just stop this awkward line of thinking.)

At the beginning of Between, Charlie's brother, Sam, gives her a red string bracelet with five beads on it.
This is my attempt at an artsy photo of these bracelets. Just go with it.

I've made fifty of these bracelets. The first fifty people to send me proof of their preorder will also get one "Charlie" bracelet in addition to the signed bookmark!

YAY FREE STUFF AND SWAG AND PREORDERS AND CAN WE ALL JUST TAKE A MOMENT TO BREATHE BECAUSE SERIOUSLY 98 DAYS.

I feel like for the next 98 days "all caps and exclamation points" is going to become my signature formula for blogging, tweeting, talking, you name it. Please forgive me.

To everyone who has preordered Between (or plans to), thank you so much. I love you and I cannot even begin to tell you how much it means to me that you took the time to check out my book. You're all the absolute BEST.

And just in case you need a little assistance to take care of that preordering business...

Amazon
Barnes and Noble
Book Depository

(If you have other online bookstores you like, please let me know in the comments and I'll add links to this post!)

NOTE: If you are planning to attend the Between launch party and want to have your book signed, you'll need to purchase it at the launch party. Just letting you know!

ONE MORE NOTE: I've had lots of people ask if it makes any difference to me if my book is preordered or bought after release, or if it matters where the book is purchased--it doesn't. However, I'm always going to ask you to support your local indie bookstores. If you don't know yours, you can go to www.indiebound.org to find the nearest one. I WILL say, and I'll do a post on this later, that the first week after a book is published is a big week--everyone's paying attention to the numbers and the more sales you have, the better. Preorders count toward first week sales (and if you buy the book at the launch party, it's in that time frame as well). BUT- overall, I'm just insanely excited that anyone wants to read my book enough to buy it, and I don't care when or where you do so.

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A Post about Feelings

March 5, 2014
Libba Bray and Myra McEntire, two authors I adore, have each written blog posts this week about their own personal experiences with depression. You can read Libba's here, and Myra's here. And you should.

We all know that being silly and giggly and happy and supportive is kind of my thing, right? I love making people laugh. I love being a big dork. I'm constantly on the hunt for new ways to reach higher and higher levels of ridiculousness. And I love love love meeting new people, making new friends, and talking. A lot.

I've mentioned before on the blog that sometimes, my whole Happy Megan persona is an act. I've always had an extremely hard time showing any kind of negative emotion. For a host of reasons, I feel this weird pressure to put on a happy face no matter what. So even if I'm not feeling like myself, I'll fake it until I do.

But sometimes, I can't even do that.

I'm already feeling anxious about this post. When I get upset, my tendency is to withdraw. I go silent- publicly and privately. This behavior has cost me several friends who don't understand why I shut down. They take it personally, and I can't blame them. I literally can't bring myself to speak up and tell them why I disappear. Luckily, I have a few friends who've learned to recognize when I go quiet, and they check in on me, and they wait for me to snap out of it.

I've never considered this to be depression. I just thought, this is me. I'm really good at being happy. I'm really bad at being sad. I criticize myself for being down. I often feel like I have no right to be sad, and then I start to feel guilty. "What do I have to be unhappy about? Look at what [literally, ANYONE else] is dealing with. What is WRONG with me?" (My guilt complex is AMAZING, y'all.)

After reading Libba's and Myra's posts, I reached two conclusions:

1. No one should feel bad for feeling bad. I say this all the time to other people. When my friends are upset with themselves for being sad or hurt or mad or whatever, "Don't feel bad for feeling bad" is one of my favorite pieces of advice. For whatever reason, I've never really turned that around on myself. I'm allowed to feel how I feel. I shouldn't beat myself up for having emotions. Feeling down is bad enough. Believing you're weak or damaged in some way just because you feel down--that's the worst.

2. There's not always going to be a reason for feeling down. I can't always point to something and say- "There. That's the thing that's upsetting me right now." The feeling doesn't necessarily come from anything. It just IS.

I've read well-written posts about depression many times over the last several years. This is the first time I've read them and seen any part of myself in their words. I don't know what that says about me, but I do know that I'm tired of feeling like being sad (or stressed or scared or anything but happy) is something to be ashamed of. I'm thankful that Libba and Myra were brave enough to write their posts. Their honesty helped me admit that I'm not always going to be on top of the world.

And that's okay.

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BETWEEN is now available for pre-order. Related: I am a lucky person.

February 8, 2014
Saturday mornings are pretty hectic around here. My oldest is trying out cheerleading for the first time and we have a game every Saturday at 10:00am.

Since I like to sleep until 9:00am, this is never NOT crazy.

And this morning, as I'm running out the door, I got this text from one of my closest friends in the world, the lovely Kelsey Macke.


I don't know if you guys know how preorders work. I didn't. But basically, once your publisher buys your ISBN number and everything, they enter all the book info into the sales system and then you wait. You don't know exactly when it will go live, you just know it'll be sometime soon.

My ISBN and info were submitted over two weeks ago. I've been working on book two all day every day (or at least it feels that way), so while I was SUPER EXCITED to know that the preorders for Between could open up at any minute, I generally forgot about it unless someone asked me. (My brain does not multi-task. I can literally focus on only one thing per day. And lately, that's ALL book two. Sorry, family. Sorry, personal hygiene. Sorry, LIFE.)

But this girl, my Kelsey, has been waking up every single morning and checking to see if Between was available yet. Every single day, you guys. And I had no idea until this morning when she sent that text.

I called, and the first thing she says is, "Well, I got up this morning, and like I do every day, went to this little web site called Amazon and typed in Between…" and I have no idea what she said after that because I squealed so loud I scared my children.

This blog post is a "Hey! My book is available for preorder now!" announcement, but it's also a little ode to Kelsey Macke, because she's slammed with book stuff and album stuff and teacher life and wife life and a million other little things, but if she hadn't taken a few seconds this morning to see if Between was on Amazon yet,  I wouldn't have noticed for several more days. I have the best friends in the whole world.

(And if you want to go check out Between in all its glory on Amazon, feel free!)

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An Interview with Nick Flora, the Self-Appointed King of Sarcastic Charm

February 6, 2014
I'm over on The Write Notes today with an interview with singer/songwriter Nick Flora. Nick is an alterna-pop singer/songwriter out of Nashville who's been writing songs and touring full time for close to a decade. I've been telling Nick for months that I wanted to do an interview with him about songwriting, and I finally emailed him some questions last week. 

He responded within five minutes, and I was like, "Wow! Note to self: Nick can fill out an interview CRAZY FAST."


And then I read his answers.


Ladies and gentlemen, meet Nick.



Where do you get your ideas? Do you choose the topic or does it choose you? 

I just google Hall & Oates lyrics and rearrange them to make new songs. 

When you're writing a song, are you thinking about the listener or are you writing what you need to get out personally? Does knowing that other people are going to listen affect your process at all?

Personally I don't think that's anyone's business.  It's annoying that others are listening to what I write.

I know The Reintroduction had a theme--reintroducing people to your style as it's evolved since the last album. Do you generally have themes in mind when you're putting together an album? 

Usually the theme is how much money do I wanna make and how many drugs have I done the night before I record.

At what point do you know a song is "ready" and make yourself move on to the next song?

I set a timer for 3 min then start playing random chords and singing gibberish. When the timer goes off, that's when I know the song is done.

Pick one or two favorites of all the songs you've written, and tell me about them. Why are you so fond of them? 

No.

What/Who are some of your musical influences? 

I prefer to think of ME as the musical influence for others.

What's been the proudest moment of your career up to this point?

When this interview is over.

Do you have advice for someone who wants to become a songwriter?

Don't do it. More money for me.



To see the "real" answers Nick supplied a few days later, as well as links to his music, check out my interview with him on The Write Notes!
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Visit my website! meganwhitmerwrites.com

Loves kissing scenes and funny t-shirts. Knows the words to most 90s rap songs and entirely too many broadway musicals. Talks too much. Laughs too loud. Doesn't dance nearly enough. Swear words make me giggle. If we meet, I'll probably hug you.

This blog is for my writing news, but I'm sort of a wanderer so you'll probably hear a lot about my family and food too. That's sort of my life in three words: Family, food, and writing. Oh, and t-shirts.

My young adult novel BETWEEN will be published by Spencer Hill Press in July 2014.