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Five Reasons Why I Enjoyed Eleanor & Park

Eleanor & Park, written by Rainbow Rowell, is a story about two teenagers named Eleanor Douglas and Park Sheridan who sit beside each other in a school bus and later became sweethearts. 287 more words

Eleanor & Park

Book News: Rejection

So, today I got my first rejection letter. I have to say I am actually quite excited about it! Though it wasn’t the news I had been hoping for it was a very real reminder that I’m actually doing this. 42 more words

Hope

The Giver Review (Summer Series # 89)

It is odd that the novel that essentially started the dystopian young adult genre has had to ride on the success of its creations in order for it to come to fruition. 894 more words

Playing By The Book by S. Chris Shirley | Blog Tour and Giveaway - Copies of 'Playing By The Book'

PLAYING BY THE BOOK by S. Chris Shirley
Release Date: June 11, 2014
Hardcover, 302 pages
Publisher: Magnus
Genre: YA / LGBT / Contemporary

When seventeen-year old high school newspaper editor Jake Powell, fresh from Alabama, lands in New York City to attend Columbia University’s prestigious summer journalism program, it’s a dream come true.

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Title: Keeper of the Innocents

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Agent Looking for Clients

Alexander Slater from the Trident Media Group is looking to build his client list.

When asked how he became an agent at Trident, concentrating in the expanding children’s, middle grade and young adult businesses, Alex simply replies, “It was only natural.” While karma is not an established business concept,  it is clear that Alex’s career arc led him in this happy direction. 456 more words

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Review of "Defriended" by Ruth Baron

c3 may be the closest attempt I ever make to writing a young adult novel, but the experience left me with a better appreciation of the challenges faced in crafting a story that is realistic, timely and yet appropriate for all young readers. 344 more words

Writing