The Liar pages are live. Ta dah!
There’s a plea for those who have read the book not to spoil it, a lengthy excerpt, a list of places in the world where Liar has sold, and a non-spoilery discussion of some of the influences on the book.
There’s also a review section on account of the astonishing number of early reviews that have appeared. (Bless you, book bloggers!) Though I decided not to include the blurbs from dead writers because I didn’t want my fellow alive writers to get jealous of my powerful ouija board:
Liar is almost as dark as one of my books. Not bad, Larbalestier.
If you can’t get hold of a good book I suppose you could give Liar a go.
So creepy I had to put it down and seek solace in Anne of Green Gables.
Liar proves everything I said about parents was true.
There was also going to be an essay on how Scrivener influenced the writing of the book. However, I’ve decided to hold off on posting that until after Liar is published. On account of how the Scrivener essay won’t really make any sense unless you have read the book. And not many people have at the moment on account of Liar doesn’t publish for another three months. Such a long time . . .
So there you have it some Liar content that is not even a tiny bit spoilery.