I’ve been out and about on the web recently, so here’s quick roundup of some nice reviews and interviews/guest posts:
Fantasy Faction says of False Hearts: “What Laura Lam has come up with in False Hearts is a book that is as retro as it is modern [ . . . ] If you want a fast, compulsive read for the summer, you can’t go wrong with False Hearts.”
Fantasy Faction also interviewed me on their site as well.
Bookworm Blues says of False Hearts: “This is an exploration of personal identity, sibling relationships, and love. This one really blew me away. False Hearts was stunning in every respect.”
Biblio Sanctum says of False Hearts: “This part-thriller, part-mystery story is addictive as hell.”
I appeared on the Midnight in Karachi podcast with Mahvesh Murad last week.
I wrote an essay about the real-life conjoined twins that inspired False Hearts for tor.com.
I wrote about representation in fiction for Bloomsbury’s Writers & Artists website.
I have a guest post on Reviews Coming At YA about the female main characters of False Hearts.
This is also the French cover of False Hearts aka Coeurs Artificiels, which drops in 2 days!
I think that’s everything!