And the Year Ends and I’m Still Writing

The year is ending on a good note. Not that there’s any great news to report—I have no news, actually, I am utterly and entirely between bouts of news, since this is a quiet period of simply working hard and writing—but I’m ending the year with the knowledge that I’ve found it again. It­-it. My … Continue reading And the Year Ends and I’m Still Writing

2012 Writing Resolutions Photographed

I've made my writing resolutions for 2012. I wanted them to be attainable goals, and by that I mean goals I could actually meet—without needing to rely on (or wait on, or hope on, or plead with) any other person outside myself. I do have dream-worthy things I wish would happen to my writing career … Continue reading 2012 Writing Resolutions Photographed

The Last of the Debut Interviews, the Giveaway Winners Announced (so Far), and What’s Upcoming

The first chapter of my 2012 YA Debut Interview Series—featuring ten Winter/Spring 2012 debuts—ended on Friday, and if you missed the final week of interviews, check them out: [Click on each of the covers to go to the author interview—and three of the giveaways are still open! You only need to leave a comment on … Continue reading The Last of the Debut Interviews, the Giveaway Winners Announced (so Far), and What’s Upcoming

2012 YA Debut Interview: THE MISEDUCATION OF CAMERON POST by Emily M. Danforth (+Giveaway!)

It's the last day of this season's 2012 YA Debut Interview series—and the last book I'm featuring for Winter/Spring 2012! As I've been saying in every post these past two weeks, my favorite part about a new year (besides building a wobbly tower of unrealistic expectations for how much I’ll write in the coming year, … Continue reading 2012 YA Debut Interview: THE MISEDUCATION OF CAMERON POST by Emily M. Danforth (+Giveaway!)

2012 YA Debut Interview: HARBINGER by Sara Wilson Etienne (Artwork Reveal + Giveaway!)

It's Week 2 of my 2012 YA Debut Interview series! My favorite part about a new year (besides building a wobbly tower of unrealistic expectations for how much I’ll write in the coming year, yay!) is the thought of all the new voices I’ll get to discover. There’s a whole crop of debut YA novelists … Continue reading 2012 YA Debut Interview: HARBINGER by Sara Wilson Etienne (Artwork Reveal + Giveaway!)