Happy Friday, everyone! I’m finally sorting through my conference loot–the stuff beyond books, like ebook downloads, business cards, scads and scads of bookmarks. I will have to do a prize pack or something to spread the love.
In the meantime, here are some links to book stuff:
August is Read-a-Romance-Month: hear from […]
Last night was the Get Real tour at Anderson’s Books, with four YA authors: Miranda Kenneally, Laura and Lisa Roecker, and Janet Gurtler, who all write contemporary young adult fiction. I’m never sure what type of turnout these events will have. Last night, Anderson’s was double-booked (nice pun, eh?) with one event in the bookstore […]
In the spirit of SNL’s Stefon*:
Day Three of Armchair BEA: you know, it’s that thing, where a giant glob of people all flock to New York, but you can’t go. It has everything: cratefulls of bookmarks, hosted giveaways, bloggers connecting with other bloggers…
So, blogs are cool and everything, but have you […]
I thought I could resist another multi-author panel at Anderson’s Books (Naperville, IL) but I’m weak, I admit. A fellow writer and YA fan on twitter reminded me of the event, and well, why not?
Here’s the panel list (all writers of Young Adult and children’s books):
*realized A.S. King and Jackie Kessler’s names are […]
I feel like a legit book blogger because I now have ARCs! (ARC = Advanced Reader Copy)
Check out my loot from Saturday’s YA Lit conference:
The bottom three are ARCs for Janice Hardy’s Darkfall, Jennifer Hubbard’s Try Not to Breathe, and Marie Lu’s Legend, which I hear is awesome.
The rest […]
I’m always plugging the wonderful Anderson’s Bookshop in Naperville, IL. Their 8th annual Young Adult Literature Conference is coming up on September 24, 2011 at Hotel Arista in Naperville (a gorgeous ecologically-minded structure off of I-88 in the western Chicago suburbs).
Here’s the deets:
Other featured authors include Ilsa Blick, Franny Billingslly, Jeanine Cummins, […]