7 Reasons to Stop Reading This Now
No, don’t go hitting the unsubscribe buttons on your RSS readers. By “this” I mean my blog–and only for today. The seven reasons? Guest posts and reviews around the blogosphere that you don’t want to miss, all part of my The Knife and the Butterfly blog tour. So stop reading me here and go find me there!
2/03/12 –Interview (including… how Azael changed, life in Paris, Liam’s animals, and the current situation in Tucson) – ·The Happy Nappy Bookseller
This is my favorite interview ever. Doret asks the best questions and gets me thinking about things in new ways–and talking politics.
2/04/12 – Capturing Reluctant Readers – Shelf Consumed
Finally! Leigh Ann of Shelf Consumed gives me a chance to do something with my boundless gratitude to librarians. I get to talk to them here.
2/06/12 – Interview (including… mini-Ash, advice to my teen self, and jonesing for Houston) -·G Reads!
Fun interview with a book blogger living in Houston. Find out all my secret food crushes.
2/07/12 – ·Influences and Inspirations (student notes, teaching trauma, and more) -·The Book Smugglers··**Giveaway**
See a page from my writer’s notebook on a VERY bad teaching day and learn about the stuff students left behind.
2/08/12 – Behind the Cover Art for TK&TB·-·Sarah Laurence’s Blog
Want to know how a book gets its cover? Check out this post for the inside scoop on TK&TB‘s cover art.
2/08/12 – Review of The Knife and the Butterfly -··The Book Smugglers
Possibly my favorite review yet… Ana finds words for what I’m trying to do in the novel that I hadn’t yet found myself.
2/09/12 – Interview (including… my magical notebook, research in my garage, and ugly baby/book comparisons -·The Book Muncher
Good times with spray paint and my defense of why a writer shouldn’t talk about a WIP too much.
So… there you have them: 7 reasons to click away from here today. But don’t stay away too long–I want to see you back!
I’ll be “traveling” the blogosphere with The Knife and the Butterfly blog tour until the end of February, then it’s back to regular programming.