Posts Tagged ‘Carolrhoda Lab’

Five reasons NOT to self-publish your novel as an e-book

I know, I know, self-publishing e-books is all the rage. Who wouldn’t like a bigger cut of their profits? Who wouldn’t like to see their book “out there” as quickly as possible? Who wouldn’t like to be the next success … Read more


Listen to the wise… (my editor, that is)

You don’t have to be old and bearded to be sage. In fact, my editor, Andrew Karre, is living proof that you don’t have to be either to see things that others miss. In a recent piece for Hunger MountainRead more


The Knife and the Butterfly Cover Reveal

I know, isn’t it gorgeous? And when you read The Knife and the Butterfly in February of 2012, you’ll see just how perfectly the cover fits the novel. Knife… or butterfly? It’s all in how you look at things.

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The Freak Observer is better than vodka

I’ve wanted to read The Freak Observer ever since I first heard about it (even before it won the prestigious Morris award). I mean, who wouldn’t want to read a book “about death, life, astrophysics, and finding beauty in … Read more


Climbing Maggie’s Bookshelf: is WCW an “issue” novel?

Here’s the link to a guest post I did for Maggie’s Bookshelf in which I muse about what kind of issue novel What Can’t Wait would be if it were an issue novel and reveal how come there’s no glossary … Read more


Chatting up The Happy Nappy Bookseller

Today I’m over at The Happy Nappy Bookseller for an interview as part of the Summer Blog Blast Tour. Check out the other author interviews from this week, too! The schedule is below… Happy touring!

Tara Altebrando (Chasing Ray)
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What Can’t Wait giveaway + interview

In the mood to win a hard-back copy of What Can’t Wait? If so, stop by the Mostly Reading YA blog and enter the giveaway contest. While you’re there, check out the interview I did with Mostly Reading YA … Read more


Mad Props for The Freak Observer


And mad props to Blythe Woolston, fellow Carolrhoda Lab rat  and author of The Freak Observer. Blythe’s novel is one of five finalists for the ALA Morris Award, which goes to a debut YA author for being kickass Read more

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