Monthly Archives: July 2011

YA Scavenger Hunt GIVEAWAY……………

                                 ENTER TO WIN                                      A             $20 Barnes & Noble Gift Card Just reply to this post with your email address so I can notify you if you win.       Winner will be notified on Wednesday

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Kids Just Might be Smarter than their Parents.

      Sometimes your kid “schools” you. The older mine get the more it’s happening. I remember thinking I knew more than my parents when I was a kid. Then I became a Mom and realized my parents knew a lot more than I gave them credit for back in the day. However, I’m beginning to realize that the kid has more knowledge than the parent in many ways. Sounds crazy because of all that …

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What’s up for Grabs? Tons of cool stuff!

     This month has been crazy busy! August 1 is just around the corner so that means the Breathe Blog Tour is too!  I am soooo excited. Valerie from Stuck in Books interviewed Jax a couple weeks ago and I can’t wait to read what all he had to say 😉 Then of course Sadie and Marcus have interviews coming up soon too. I’ve spent the week getting the Grand Prize together for the …

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The Good….the Bad….the Ugly

        The day Breathe was released I believe I’ve mentioned that I wanted to crawl under my bed and stay there. That feeling quickly left and I embraced the lovely reviews coming in. I loved hearing that Breathe had kept a reader up all night. This review thing wasn’t so bad. I could do this. It was actually quite lovely. The birds were chirping and the sun was shinning. Then came my welcome …

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Meet the Author of today’s new YA release “Winnemucca”- Laura Elliot

I have the pleasure of interviewing Laura Elliot on my blog today. She is the author of Winnemucca a paranormal coming of age YA novel just released today! She talks about herself, her writing, and Winnemucca. Check it out! 1. What was your favorite book as a child? The Martian Chronicles by Ray Bradbury because it was the first story that I could see in my mind. 2. Who is your favorite author and why? …

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