Thursday, December 8, 2011

Get Your Short Story In Front of Major Literary Agents

Win a literary agent or acclaimed author's feedback on your unpublished manuscript for young adult or middle grade readers.  This rare opportunity is being offered to the six winners of an essay contest recently announced by the literacy charity Book Wish Foundation.  See for full details.

You could win a manuscript critique from:
  • Laura Langlie, literary agent for Meg Cabot
  • Nancy Gallt, literary agent for Jeanne DuPrau
  • Brenda Bowen, literary agent and editor of Karen Hesse's Newbery Medal winner Out of the Dust
  • Ann M. Martin, winner of the Newbery Honor for A Corner of the Universe
  • Francisco X. Stork, winner of the Amelia Elizabeth Walden Award for The Last Summer of the Death Warriors
  • Cynthia Voigt, winner of the Newbery Medal for Dicey's Song and the Newbery Honor for A Solitary Blue
All that separates you from this prize is a 500-word essay about a short story in Book Wish Foundation's new anthology, What You Wish For.  Essays are due Feb. 1, 2012 and winners will be announced around Mar. 1, 2012.  If you win, you will have six months to submit the first 50 pages of your manuscript for critique (which means you can enter the contest even if you haven't finished, or started, your manuscript).  You can even enter multiple times, with essays about more than one of the contest stories, for a chance to win up to six critiques.
        Building libraries and supporting literacy in Darfuri refugee camps.

If you dream of being a published author, this is an opportunity you should not miss.  To enter, follow the instructions at

Good luck and best wishes,

Logan Kleinwaks
President, Book Wish Foundation

About Book Wish

Book Wish Foundation is a 501(c)(3) public charity providing high-impact reading aid for people in crisis, with a current focus on refugees from Darfur and AIDS orphans in Ghana. We give some of the world's neediest readers the books they wish for, taking requests for specific titles and subjects. This helps ensure the books will be matched to the needs of the readers, and appropriate for their reading level and culture. We typically do not accept generic book donations from the public because they do not match the requests we receive. We do not hold book drives. The books that are most useful in a refugee camp might not be best-sellers in New York.
The populations we aid have very limited resources and are facing immense challenges for the foreseeable future. For them, books can play an especially large role in education, mental health, and job training. We search for the readers who will get the most out of our books because they have so little to begin with.
Maximizing the impact of books also means maximizing the number of readers, so we will provide reading glasses, vision screenings, support for literacy programs, solar-rechargeable lighting where there is no electricity, or any other aid that can effectively increase the audience for our books.

Thursday, October 13, 2011

SLJ Trailee Awards Voting Open NOW!

NEWS From the School Library Journal:

Make your voice heard by voting for your favorite book trailer. The second annual SLJ Trailee Awards are underway, recognizing the important role book trailers play in promoting books and encouraging reading.

Six judges have narrowed down more than 75 submissions to four finalists in six categories. Check out the amazing trailers here and start voting for your favorites. The deadline for voting is December 16, 2011, 12 PM EST, and the winner will be announced at the American Library Association's midwinter meeting in Dallas, TXJanuary 20-24.

Enjoy the show!

...if the embedded link above doesn't work:

Sunday, October 9, 2011

Local Book Signing Events - LA & Orange County!

Lisa Desrochers, Jeff Marriotte, Gretchen McNeil, Heather
Brewer, Cindy Pon, Inara Scott and Katie Alender at the OCCBF
Check out the top bar on the blog and you will see I have added a new feature!

Click the link that says "OC/LA: Events/Book Signings"  - October is filled with places to go and authors to meet!

From the Orange County Children's Book Festival to Becca Fitzpatrick's release of the third book in the Hush Hush series to the "Pen Fatale Tour" and the "Dark Days of Supernatural Tour" and at the end of the month Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl present book number 3½ in The Caster Chronicles with Beautiful Chaos!

...and don't forget you have three opportunities to meet Laini Taylor and pick up an autographed copy of her latest book "Daughter of Smoke & Bone" - this is probably the most eagerly awaited book of the year.

"Daughter of Smoke and Bone is a lush, sweeping, romantic marvel of a book. Taylor's writing is a revelation, masterfully blending an intricate fantasy world into our own, with an artist's flair for exquisite details. Funny, devastating, delightful, unforgettable. Pure storytelling perfection." 
Kiersten White, author of the Paranormalcy series
It has received four starred reviews and was recently featured on Entertainment Weekly's "Must List" and a glowing review in the Los Angeles Times.  Laini went to high school in Orange County, so it's a bit of a homecoming for her in the midst of her 9-city tour to appear at the below events. 

I think I'm going to combine seeing the new Mysterious Galaxy Books location in Redondo Beach with picking up a copy!  Hope I run into some of you!!!

Monday, October 24th @ 7:30 PM
2810 Artesia Blvd, Redondo Beach, CA 90278

Tuesday, October 25th @ 7:00 PM
8818 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069

Wednesday, October 26th @ 7:00 PM
BARNES & NOBLE – Bella Terra
7881 Edinger Ave, Huntington Beach, CA 92647

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Kindle Started The Fire!!!

In a press event that was reminiscent of some of the best Apple launches from Steve Jobs...comes the KINDLE FIRE!!!

Today - Media Mogul, Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon launched the much talked about Kindle Fire!!!  ...and may I say that from my point of view...the buzz didn't come close!!!  THIS THING ROCKS!!!

Expected to give the iPad some competition (I know I will own a Kindle Fire before I would buy an iPad!!!) it seems the only thing this tablet doesn't do is centered around the camera - it doesn't have one.  But I never understood the need for a phone has a great one!  I will certainly trade a camera for Amazon's vast Media Resources...and Cloud Storage!

So - this is what it DOES have:

Stunning Color Touchscreen

Movies, magazines and children's books come alive on a 7" vibrant color touchscreen that delivers 16 million colors in high resolution. Kindle Fire uses IPS (in-plane switching) technology - similar technology to that used on the iPad - for an extra-wide viewing angle, perfect for sharing your screen with others.

Magazines in Rich Color

Enjoy your favorite magazines with glossy, full-color layouts, photographs and illustrations. Choose from hundreds of titles, such as Bon AppetitElle, and Oprah. Special editions of titles likeVanity FairWired, and GQ come with built-in video, audio and other interactive features.

100,000 Movies and TV Shows

Over 100,000 movies and TV shows, including thousands of new releases and your favorite TV shows, are available to stream or download, purchase or rent - all just one tap away. Amazon Prime members enjoy unlimited, commercial-free streaming of over 10,000 popular movies and TV shows.

Ultra-fast web browsing - Amazon Silk

Amazon Silk is a revolutionary, cloud-accelerated browser that uses a "split browser" architecture to leverage the computing speed and power of the Amazon Web Services cloud. Supports Adobe® Flash® Player.

Free Cloud Storage

Forget about memory - Kindle Fire gives you free storage for all your Amazon digital content in the Amazon Cloud. Your books, movies, music and apps are available instantly to stream or download for free, at a touch of your finger.

Millions of Books

Read bestsellers, children's books, comic books, and cookbooks in vibrant color. The Kindle Store offers over 1 million books, including 800,000 titles at $9.99 or less. In addition, over 2 million free, out-of-copyright, pre-1923 books are also available such asPride and Prejudice.

...and so much more...see the video, get the full story and reserve your copy for holiday gift giving!!!   Santa are you listening?   ...just follow this link and reserve mine now!

...and are you ready for the clincher?  the Amazon Kindle Fire retails for $199

Monday, September 19, 2011

#IMM - In My Mailbox

In My Mailbox is a blog meme from The Story Siren - more info at the end of this post or on The Story Siren blog.

You all know that I am the Teen & YA Stage Coordinator for the Orange County Children's Book Festival...well, it's that time again!!!

This year we have planned a Book Giveaway to top all Book Giveaways!!!

At the end of the festival we will giveaway a set of books from each of the authors performing on the stage.  Most of the authors are participating and it should be quite a haul...20-25 books!

So, you ask, how do I enter the contest?  Easy!!!  You will receive an entry for every Author Appearance that you attend at the Teen & YA Stage! 

Support your favorite Authors and earn an entry!  The more events you attend the more entries you get!

We are just under 2 weeks away and the books are starting to come in...

See anything you might like?   like that copy of Beautiful Chaos before it hits the stores?

Come on over to the Teen Stage Blog and check out the Schedule  - it is jam packed with Authors presenting and signing from 9:30am to 4:30pm.

Teen Stage Blog:

In My Maibox is a blog meme from The Story Siren:

Initially In My Mailbox was something I did myself, but ultimately I thought it would be even better if other bloggers shared in the idea... thus the craziness of IMM was born! In My Mailbox is a great way for bloggers to socialize and network their blogs, it’s also a great way for bloggers to share upcoming releases!

Currently their are around 200 blogs that participate every week. Think you might like to join up? 

  1. Make your own IMM post! You can post about books you've bought, gotten from the library, received for review... books don't have to arrive via your mailbox. 
  2. I post every week, but you don’t have to. You can do one week out of the month or every other week it’s up to you. 
  3. You don't have to call your post In My Mailbox... (some people don't even have mailboxes!)
  4. I post my IMM on Sunday, but choose a day of the week that works for you.
  5. Once you have your IMM posted, come back to The Story Siren on Sunday and add your link to the list. 
  6. Try to post a comment on other bloggers IMM posts. I don’t expect you to post a comment on every single one, but pick a few!
All book bloggers are welcome, while I’d like to keep the theme to YA literature it’s NOT a requirement.

There is no right or wrong way to do In My Mailbox, you can vlog, you can take fun picture, you can use the books cover art, it’s up to you!

Most importantly HAVE FUN! 

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Book Blogger Appreciation Week!

The world of book blogging has grown enormously and sometimes it can be hard to find a place. Share your tips for finding and keeping community in book blogging despite the hectic demands made on your time and the overwhelming number of blogs out there. If you’re struggling with finding a community, share your concerns and explain what you’re looking for–this is the week to connect!

First - to 1stDaughter - whose There's a Book blog has long been an inspiration....and to the Book Vixen and Story Siren that I have followed from the start...thank you for the meme's and great example you have set for not only me but the book blogger community.

Second to my own "community" of book review bloggers...the SoCal Press Corp.  Where would the Orange County Children's Book Festival be without all of you!

This group has grown by leaps & bounds almost doubling in size from the first Teen Stage in 2010 to the stage in October that will host over 25 authors!!!  ...and we owe so much to the SoCal bloggers for helping us get the word out!


Tuesday, July 19, 2011

#TeaserTuesday - Eyes Like Stars by Lisa Mantchev

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along!

Just do the following:

  • Grab your current read
  • Open to a random page
  • Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page
  • BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much away! You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)
  • Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!

My Teaser Tuesday:

"Bertie rubbed her thumb over the scrimshaw as she peered at him.  Another one wearing a mask, though it's as ugly as what lurks underneath.  He smirked, sending nasty, oily serpents to pluck at her composure, to push, to goad, to tug at the reins of her temper while the Players looked on."

From "Eyes Like Stars" by Lisa Mantchev

(I chose this book today because it was recommended by one of the FABULOUS people who work at the Brea Borders - we will miss every one of you!)

Teaser Tuesday - "Damned"

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. 

Anyone can play along!

Just do the following:

  • Grab your current read
  • Open to a random page
  • Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page
  • BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much away! You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)
  • Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!

My Tuesday Teaser Today is from...

Damned  (Crusade #2)

by Nancy Holder 
and Debbie Viguie'

"Jamie leaped into the room, and suddenly saw everything in ultrasharp focus.  A white-haired vampire in jeans and a black sweater sat at a computer terminal.  A man in white cammies and a gas mask was standing in front of him."

Yep - those girls who gave you Wicked are at it again!  This quote is from the ARC which I got from Simon & Schuster.  It drops August 2011 - so you have time to read book one Crusade first !

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Teaser Tuesday - "Moonglass"

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. 

Anyone can play along!

Just do the following:

  • Grab your current read
  • Open to a random page
  • Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page
  • BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much away! You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)
  • Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!

My Tuesday Teaser for today is...


by Jessi Kirby

"Still, every night when I flipped of the living room light, I stood for a minute in our warm living room, starring out the giant window at the dark silhouette of the abandoned cottage, waiting.  For something."


Thanks to Jessi Kirby for this stunning debut novel which I received from Simon Pulse.  

If you would like the opportunity to meet Jessi in person she will be appearing on the Teen/YA Stage at the Orange County Children's Book Festival on Sunday, October 2nd,  taking part in the "Keeping It Real" panel being Moderated by Heidi Kling!

Thursday, July 7, 2011

Book Trailer Thursday! Possess by Gretchen McNeil!

Welcome to Book Trailer Thursdays!
(Book Blog Meme from Quill Cafe!)

Every Thursday we welcome everyone to join us in celebrating the awesomeness of book trailers.

To participate, on a Thursday you post an entry in your blog with an embedded book trailer of your choice (note: the trailer can be fan made but please no movie trailers of book adaptations) with your thoughts and comments underneath. It can be a book you have read, want to read or have never even come across before.

This week we have... Possess by Gretchen McNeil

If you are in the Southern California Area you can catch Gretchen McNeil LIVE on the Teen & YA Stage at the Orange County Children's Book Festival!  This is the largest Children's Book Event in the Country and will take place Sunday, October 2nd at Orange Coast College!

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Prisoners In The Palace:  
How Princess Victoria became Queen with the Help of Her Maid, a Reporter and a Scoundrel

By Michaela MacColl

My Review from Amazon:

5.0 out of 5 stars Great Summer Read...historical intrigue for teens!
This review is from: Prisoners in the Palace: How Princess Victoria became Queen with the Help of Her Maid, a Reporter, and a Scoundrel (Hardcover)

This book was right up my alley...I love Historical Fiction and the Teen/Young Adult genre, but it is few and far between that you find historical fiction written for teens!

Prisoners in the Palace: How Princess Victoria became Queen with the Help of Her Maid, a Reporter, and a Scoundrel is almost guaranteed to get your teen interested in history. Just the right amount of the politics of the time, blended with society and the daily lives of children in the pre-Victorian era.

Yes it's a coming of age story but with friendships that transcend station and a young girl's search for the strength it will take to become the woman she is destined to be...even though that woman is the Queen of England! It is a quick read filled with intrigue and that constant "fear of getting caught" tightness that teenagers seem to live for!

Teachers - grab this one it is a great introduction to Pre-Victorian England... 

Product Description - from Amazon:

London, 1838. Sixteen-year-old Liza's dreams of her society debut are dashed when her parents are killed in an accident. Penniless, she accepts the position of lady's maid to young Princess Victoria and steps unwittingly into the gossipy intrigue of the servant's world below-stairs as well as the trickery above. Is it possible that her changing circumstances may offer Liza the chance to determine her own fate, find true love, and secure the throne for her future queen?

Meticulously based on newly discovered information, this riveting novel is as rich in historical detail as Catherine, Called Birdy, and as sizzling with intrigue as The Luxe.
About the Author - from Amazon:
Michaela MacColl studied multi-disciplinary history at Vassar College and Yale University, which turns out to be the perfect degree for writing historical fiction. She lives with her husband, two daughters, and three extremely large cats in Connecticut. This is her first book.

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Teaser Tuesday - "I'll Be There" and Meeting Holly Goldberg Sloan!

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. 

Anyone can play along!

Just do the following:

  • Grab your current read
  • Open to a random page
  • Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page
  • BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much away! You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)
  • Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!

My Teaser is from Holly Goldberg Sloan's debut YA Novel "I'll Be There":
"He could see that Emily's brow furrowed. And he wondered if he sounded like a real tool. It felt like he was sounding like a real tool. And now her brow was furrowing. Why was that?  She seemed to have some kind of lie detector planted in her forehead."

Meeting with the Author!

A couple weeks ago, Terry (Managing General Partner) of one of my favorite bookstore's, Mysterious Galaxy  sent out a notice for a pet project of hers "Ladies, Lunch & Literacy".  Basically it is a lite lunch with a fabulous author in an intimate setting (20-30 ppl). Now I have been receiving these notices for quite awhile but since most were in the San Diego area in the neighborhood of their flagship store, I usually couldn't make it. 

This announcement was different - first Mysterious Galaxy recently announced they are opening a store in Redondo Beach (much closer for this Orange County Gal).  The second deciding factor?  Holly Goldberg Sloan...a Debut Young Adult whose career I have been following and whom I had recently booked for the Orange County Children's Book Festival!

So - I headed for the Johnny Rockets in Redondo Beach for a little LLL - the YA version!

I don't want to tell a lot of Holly's stories - and she has a lot - because I want it to be a surprise when you meet her at the Festival...but - this I can divulge:

1.  Holly is best known as a Writer, Director, Producer of several popular, family-oriented, films and TV series - including  "Made In America", Steve Irwin's Crocodile Hunter, and "Angels in the Outfield".

2. The book title?  yep - it is the title of a popular song that Holly uses throughout the'll have to come to the Festival to find out how she got permission to use it!  BRILLIANT!

I really hope that Terry and LLL have plans for another YA author - because "I'll Be There"!!!  

Photos Courtesy of Terry at Mysterious Galaxy

Saturday, June 11, 2011

What's In Your Beach Bag?

Fabulous new Event and GIVEAWAY!  By Jennie at Life is Short - Read Fast (YA) and Kelly at Reading With Martinis (Adult)...Join In The Fun!!!
From Jennie's Blog:
When the weather turns warmer, I tend to read more flirty, fun and fluffy books – something to do with the bounce in my step and sun on my face I guess. Kelly at Reading with Martinis and I are co-hosting a little link-up party to celebrate the warm weather and books we plan to read this summer! And we have goodies to giveaway!!! These goodies up for grabs include Lament and Balled signed by Maggie Stiefvater from her upcoming visit to my local indie store next month! Kelly is handling the adult genre with an ARC of Chevy Stevens’ Never Knowing!

Want to join in? Here's what to do:

  • Create a post entitled What’s In Your Beach Bag? and tell all or some of what you are looking forward to reading this summer. You can make a simple list of book names, you can include images, you can tell people why you are so stoked about a specific book…whatever you want! Are there so many books in your beach bag that you need to break it into multiple posts? That’s OK, too! Just be sure to link each post. Be creative and have fun with it! That’s the point of What’s In Your Beach Bag – FUN!
  • Leave a link to the actual What’s In Your Beach Bag post (not your main site, the actual post) in the linky
  • Check out posts by other people to see what’s in their beach bag!

So head over to Jennie's Blog at Life is Short - Read Fast (YA) OR Kelly's Blog at Reading With Martinis (Adult)  to see what they are reading and to enter the Giveaway...well worth a look - hint:  autographed copies...

OK - My list of Summer Reads...

by Heather Cocks & Jessica Morgan
(June Release)
16-year-old Molly Dix loves her ordinary life in suburban Indiana, so when her single mother passes away, she is shocked to discover that her biological father is Brick Berlin, world famous movie star and red carpet regular.
Set against the backdrop of a sparkling and fashion-filled Los Angeles, this deliciously dysfunctional family soap opera will satisfy every reader looking for their next lifestyles-of-the-rich-and-famous beach read.
Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan are fashion writers in Los Angeles California. Their blog draws an average of four million readers a month, and their dispatches from the front rows of Fashion Week are routinely the most-read stories on New Yorkmagazine's web site. Heather and Jessica have been called "fashion assassins" by Joan Rivers and "a viciously funny duo" by theHollywood ReporterSpoiled is their first novel for young adults.
Heather & Jessica are among the YA Authors that will be appearing and signing at the Orange County Children's Book Festival, on Sunday, October 2nd!

Beauty Queens
by Libba Bray
(June Release)
The fifty contestants in the Miss Teen Dream Pageant thought this was going to be a fun trip to the beach, where they could parade in their state-appropriate costumes and complete in front of the cameras. But sadly, their airplane had another idea, crashing on a desert island and leaving the survivors stranded with little food, little water, and practically no eye liner.
What’s a beauty queen to do? Continue to practice for the talent portion of the program – or wrestle snakes to the ground? Get a perfect tan – or learn to run wild? And what should happen when the sexy pirates show up?
Welcome to the heart of non-exfoliated darkness. Your tour guide? None other than Libba Bray, the hilarious, sensational, Printz Award-winning author of A Great and Terrible Beauty and Going Bovine. The result is a novel that will make you laugh, make you think, and make you never see beauty the same way again.

Overbite (Insatiable Book #2)
by Meg Cabot
(July Release)

Meena Harper has never rebuffed the love of a god (unless you count the prince of darkness). But she’s always felt as though her gift was a curse, because no one’s ever believed her when she’s told them they were going to die . . . Until now.
Meena’s been asked to work for the Palatine, a powerful secret military unit of the Vatican mandated to guard human beings from demon possession, and to obliterate all demon life forms from the planet. The Guard has recently opened their first division in lower Manhattan, and Meena Harper is their new secret weapon. With her ability to predict how-and sometimes when-the living are going to die, the Palatine finally have an advantage over their undead enemy.
Reporting to Abraham Holtzman, head of Manhattan operations, and partnered with Alaric Wulf, the most accomplished of all demon slayers (who happens to greatly appreciate how Meena looks in a short, black dress), Meena is taking her new job seriously. There’s just one small problem: None of the guards in the Palatine’s Manhattan unit seems to like-or trust-her...Meena can’t understand it. 

by Gretchen McNeil
(August Release)
Fifteen-year-old Bridget Liu just wants to be left alone: by her mom, by the cute son of a local police sergeant, and by the eerie voices she can suddenly and inexplicably hear. Unfortunately for Bridget, it turns out the voices are demons – and Bridget has the rare ability to banish them back to whatever hell they came from.
Terrified to tell people about her new power, Bridget confides in a local priest who enlists her help in increasingly dangerous cases of demonic possession. But just as she is starting to come to terms with her new power, Bridget receives a startling message from one of the demons. 
Now Bridget must unlock the secret to the demons' plan before someone close to her winds up dead – or worse, the human vessel of a demon king.
Gretchen McNeil is one of the YA Authors that will be appearing and signing at the Orange County Children's Book Festival, on Sunday, October 2nd, see the amazing and chilling trailer on the Teens Read Blog!

Across The Barrier (Frontier Magic Book #2)
by Patricia C. Wrede
(August Release)

From New York Times #1 bestselling author Patricia C. Wrede, the second in the series of magic on the western frontier.
Eff is an unlucky thirteenth child - her twin brother, Lan, is a powerful seventh son of a seventh son. And yet, Eff is the one who saved the day for the settlements west of the Great Barrier. Her unique ways of doing magic and seeing the world, and her fascination with the magical creatures and land in the Great Plains push Eff to work toward joining an expedition heading west. But things are changing on the frontier.
There are new professors of magic for Eff and Lan to learn to work with. There's tension between William and his father. And there are new threats on the frontier and at home. To help, Eff must travel beyond the Barrier, and come to terms with her magical abilities—and those of her brother, to stop the newest threat encroaching on the settlers.
With wit, magic, and a touch of good pioneer sense, Patricia C. Wrede weaves a fantastic tale of the very wild west.

That's my list - it's short because I have SOOOOOO much to catch up on!!!  ...and reading to do for the Orange County Book Festival on Sunday, October 2nd,  where I wrangle the Teen & YA Authors!  So I have to read all their books too!!!   BTW - if you are in SoCal or planning a trip and you want to see who we have booked, check out the Teens Read Blog!

Isn't this FUN???   Join In...OR at least get over to Kelly's Blog for the Adult Giveaway or Jennie's Blog if you want in on the YA Giveaway (hint: autographed - wolves)


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