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BAGG, Buzz, Moira, and a Movie

BAGG, Buzz, Moira, and a Movie

This year the Books Are Great Gifts campaign returns with LitChat’s post, A Time to Give: “Tying into our BOOKS ARE GREAT GIFTS campaign, we’re adopting a charity to support for the holidays. Reading Tree is a non-profit organization that collects books–new and used–for schools all over the world.” Please read the entire post to learn how you can make a difference, not just by giving books, but by adding this “twibbon” to your Twitter profile. It’s simple, festive and…

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Authors in the Spotlight

Authors in the Spotlight

From an award nomination, a library celebration, a newspaper citation and more, read and hear where our authors recently have been spotlighted. ~ Lauren Baratz-Logsted (most recent Crazy Beautiful YA) has been nominated for a Cybil Award in Middle Grade Fiction for Sisters Eight Book 1: Annie’s Adventures. Congratulations Lauren! ~ Allison Winn Scotch (The Department of Lost and Found, Time of My Life and The One That I Want coming June 1, 2010) did a Real Good Reads Interview…

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Authors Beyond Their Pages and in the Media

Authors Beyond Their Pages and in the Media

Our authors are definitely out and about, garnering attention in print, audio and film. Just in case you’ve haven’t heard, here’s some of their latest news. Judy Merrill Larsen (All the Numbers) shared her baking talent in the August 5, 2009 St. Louis Post Dispatch article, Novelist is creative in the kitchen, too. Taking to the airwaves, Carleen Brice (Orange Mint & Honey and Children of the Waters) recorded Carleen Brice Podcasts Children of the Waters from the legendary Tattered…

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In Their Own Words

In Their Own Words

Eve Brown-Waite, debut author of First Comes Love, Then Comes Malaria: How A Peace Corps Poster Boy Won My Heart and A Third World Adventure Changed My Life was recently interviewed at The Diva Toolbox. And you can listen to the interview here. You can also find her helpful, tongue-in-cheek article, Travel Tips for Women, which advises what every woman should pack when traveling to the Third World! Now although Jenny Gardiner (author of Sleeping with Ward Cleaver spent yesterday…

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