Janny's posts elsewhere on the Internet

Janny is participating in a virtual panel over at /r/fantasy on Reddit:

https://www.reddit.com/r/Fantasy/comments/gdxhcv/ffantasy_virtual_con_future_of_ sff_panel/

In case you missed it, Janny also participated in another virtual panel on Reddit’s /r/fantasy, celebrating that subreddit’s 1,000,000 member threshold.

https://www.reddit.com/r/Fantasy/comments/i02sy8/celebrating_1_million_members_a _panel_with/

originally posted by Jeff

Thanks for the link, Brian Uri!!

Some interesting insights. I'm glad to see that Janny drew the attention of more potential readers.

A reader just posted a Wurts appreciation post on Reddit’s r/fantasy subreddit:

https://www.reddit.com/r/Fantasy/comments/kfa79x/a_guide_to_the_works_of_janny_w urts/

Feel free to join in respectfully if you have thoughts to share!

originally posted by Jeff

Thanks again. It's a well written and thorough review/overview.

originally posted by Daisy

Hi, I’ve currently run out of books to read. Would have absolutely loved to have been able to start reading this next book in the series. Will now have to settle for something else at this point. But Cant wait for the next progress update. Many many thanks

Janny posted an essay on Internet bookselling algorithms over at /r/fantasy on Reddit:

Janny has published an essay on writing through her e-book publisher:

Also, there will be an Ask Me Anything (AMA) on /r/fantasy on May 25th, more details to follow.

Tomorrow, on Tuesday 5/25, Janny will be doing an “Ask Me Anything (AMA)” over at the /r/fantasy subreddit on Reddit. The thread will be live sometime in the morning around 10 or 11 AM Eastern (I will update this post with the link at that time).

For those unfamiliar with Reddit AMAs, anyone with a Reddit account can ask a question in the thread throughout the day. Janny will return around 7 PM Eastern to answer questions for a few hours. She’ll check in again the next day to catch any straggler questions.

“Ask Me Anything” can be taken to heart – feel free to pose questions about books, art, life experiences, or anything else that might come to mind!

EDIT: The AMA is live!

Janny posted an essay on voice, style, and character over at /r/fantasy on Reddit:

Janny posted some recommendations for 10 oft overlooked books over at /r/fantasy on Reddit: