Archive for April, 2014
Tomorrow, I’m flying to San Diego to host a bridal shower for my sister-in-law. Consequently, this week has been spilt between keeping up my word count for Camp NaNo, editing November’s NaNo novel, and double-checking that all the details for the party are in order. I’m not the best party planner, and it turns out, it’s much harder to organize an event I have to fly to. I’ve been leaning heavily on the advice of the friend who planned my shower years ago; she seems to do such things effortlessly, and with her help, I’m only minimally freaked out about playing host to twenty women I don’t know (and one who I very much want to feel pampered for a day).
Between word sprints and remembering to pack ribbon for decorating favors, I really haven’t had much time for reading. Fortunately, Cohen’s guide, which I’ve had in my queue since February, is a…
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It’s YA lucky day! It’s Teen Thursday!
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BZRK by Michael Grant
“This is one of the best science fiction books I’ve read in a while. I fell in love with the whole cast, especially Wilkes and Ophelia. The biots versus the nanobot’s and the technology feel is amazing. I personally prefer the biots! This book is a riot!”
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Dear Killer byKatherine Ewell
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“Dear Killer was by far my favorite book this year. Who doesn’t love a teenage girl serial killer?…”
Rebel Belle by Rachel Hawkins
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