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Zera and the Green Man Interview with Sandra Knauf

This week I decided to make a new press kit for Zera and the Green Man. GMO labeling is on the Colorado ballot this November, and, as some of you know, this book’s all about GMOs. 1,082 more words


Realistic Young Adult Fiction Read by Adults

What is young adult fiction?  Is it all fantasy and romance?  How fast is it selling?  Who’s buying it?

CBS news reported last December, “With sales up 24 percent, the fastest-growing market for publishers are young adult books. 104 more words

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What Do YA Readers WANT?!!

Wouldn’t we authors like to know! Preferably, a good two years before YA readers actually want it, so we can write, edit, publish and market just in time to reach your ever changing moods, er needs. 1,456 more words


Canadian literary agency looking for new authors

Transatlantic Agency just announced its name change in a reorganization and relaunch of its brand (previously Transatlantic Literary Agency). With that reorganization, the 20-year-old Toronto-based agency recently hired several new agents who are actively looking for new authors to represent. 150 more words

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Indie Authors and Publishers - Need Your Help! Become a Contributor to Indie Directory and Advice Book

I’ve been compiling a directory and advice book  that will be changing and being updated every year about indie-friendly vendors that we use for those who want to go their own way, be an independently-published author, rather than traditional. 414 more words


Catch Me LIVE on Television August 7 on CBS as I'm Interviewed on my body of Work!

I’m honored to be recognized by the news media and community as being a “successful” fiction author, who has always had a social conscious.

Now I’m being recognized for my huge collection of books, including my latest ones which are designed to push buttons as well as be entertaining. 69 more words


"Delirium" by Lauren Oliver: a book review and YA Marketing Rant

It’s a bit better than the usual 3 stars, but really isn’t quite a four.  This has all the elements of being a very exciting story, but sad to say, it isn’t. 734 more words

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