Posts Tagged ‘Good news’

WHAT CAN’T WAIT made the ALA BFYA list!

Woohoo! Here’s What Can’t Wait on ALA’s 2012 Best Fiction for Young Adults list! The company at this party is just… stunning. 

 

Why I Write: 6 Questions with the NWP for National Day on Writing

Valerie Everett: http://www.flickr.com/photos/valeriebb/3006348550

The National Writing Project (which revolutionized my teaching and writing life) invited me to participate in their events for the national day on writing, October 20. Yay!

So cruise over here and read my responses to the six questions … Read more

 

Diversify your reading NOW

There is a fantastic new reading challenge out there, and this one offers two bonuses: (1) the chance to explore diverse MG and YA lit and (2) a chance to win a crazy huge heap of YA & MG booksRead more

 

Launched in Bloomington

Gettin’ my author on with a little talk before the party…

So Saturday’s launch party was officially a success, thanks to the hard work and support of Bloomington folks! This post is all about pictures: get a look inside the … Read more

 

Jumping with joy: best ever What Can’t Wait review + some darn awesome press

Hannah Webster: http://www.flickr.com/photos/obo-bobolina/2519679106/in/photostream/

I wish I had a green field instead of slushy mushy snow for my jumping with joy.

What Can’t Wait just got some serious love in this great review of What Can’t Wait  over at the fun and irreverent … Read more

 

Radio interview on WHAT CAN’T WAIT

The downside to our Tuesday evening: the power went out (and still hasn’t come on). The upside to our Tuesday evening: WFIU featured What Can’t Wait on its weekly arts program, ArtWorks. Read more and listen to it here. … Read more

 

What Can’t Wait gets some love…

Michael Porter: http://www.flickr.com/photos/libraryman

I’m this happy.

Nothing like waking up and finding a big heap of love in your mailbox. That was me today, getting news that the fantastic YA lit website, Finding Wonderland, had posted this feature review on What Can’t WaitRead more

 
 
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