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Pump-KING for Halloween | Pub Date

Hello there! It’s Friday!! Hooray! We are also more than halfway to Halloween, which I will admit is not a favorite holiday of mine. I’m more into autumn decor than ghosts and goblins but I understand that some love it more than Christmas and Santa. Gasp! (Just kidding.) In the spirit of All Hallows’ Eve, […]

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My Life in Dioramas by Tara Altebrando | April 2015

Hold on to your hats, friends. We are so thrilled to be presenting the cover of Tara Altebrando’s upcoming middle grade novel: MY LIFE IN DIORAMAS. You may remember that Tara released a fantastic book in this same genre in April called THE BATTLE OF DARCY LANE (Running Press). I loved it but more important people […]

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Blog Tour: Ally Condie on Naming Characters in Atlantia

Atlantia by Ally Condie (website | twitter) See also my review of Crossed by Ally Condie Publication Date: October 28, 2014 Publisher: Dutton Children’s Pages: 368 Target Audience: Young Adult Fiction Keywords: underwater city, dystopia, broken world, young adult fantasy Format Read: Arc received from the Publisher. (Thank you! Summary (from Goodreads):Can you hear Atlantia breathing? For as long as she can […]

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Estelle: In Your Dreams by Kristan Higgins (Blog Tour)

In Your Dreams by Kristan Higgins ( web | tweet ) Part of the Blue Heron series. Date: September 30, 2014 Publisher: Harlequin HQN Pages: 480 Target audience: Adults/romance fans Keywords: old loves, new loves, small towns, California, cops, wine Format read: ARC from Publisher via NetGalley. (Thanks!) Summary: When Emmaline gets an invitation to her […]

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Lindsey Lane on Storytelling + Evidence of Things Not Seen

(From Lindsey Lane:) When I go into a school for an author visit, I always tell students that the cool thing about writing is that there are no right or wrong answers. There’s spelling. There’s grammar and punctuation. But really, there is no right way to tell a story. For me, as long as I’m […]

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