Tag Archives: Young-adult fiction

A few months ago, I reviewed Megg Jensen’s excellent YA fantasy novel Anathema. To give you the Reader’s-Digest version, I loved it. Which is why I was thrilled to get the opportunity to read and review the ARC of the … Continue reading

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I read in Writer’s Digest’s latest issue an interview with Sarah Dessen, YA author of—count ‘em—TEN books now. One of the interview questions that particularly piqued my interest was “why do you write YA?” My family has been asking me … Continue reading

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All this discussion about self-publishing and indie authoring has revved up my curiosity engine. (This is the same engine, incidentally, that convinced me it was a good idea to try drinking unfiltered water in Mexico. Not a good idea. Not … Continue reading

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