Tag Archives: YA

Last month at the ASJA conference, I moderated a fabulous — if I do say so myself! — panel on writing fiction for children and young adults, featuring author Melissa Walker, editor Zareen Jaffery, and agent Molly Jaffa, who were … Continue reading

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So many times before on this blog, as I posted, I sadly reported that I haven’t been writing at all. That work has just been too crazy (which it always has — and continues to be), that life with a … Continue reading

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My plan this summer is to get things done, specifically when it comes to writing fiction. As I mentioned yesterday, I’m all about keeping up the momentum. But I’m nothing if not indecisive — which happens to be a very … Continue reading

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Here it is! Enjoy!

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Vampire Diaries Scores A Fall Debut on the CW Just last week, my writing partner, Meena, and I were chatting about how we should buy the rights to the Vampire Diaries — a tortured teen vamp saga that thrilled readers … Continue reading

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Page 1 2 Twilight Poised to Thrive in Tough Times ABCNews.com November 2008 Download PDF The fact that the film’s soundtrack topped the Billboard record sales chart with $165,000 in its first week also proves promising for the film’s success. … Continue reading

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Page 1 2 Twilight Poised to Thrive in Tough Times ABCNews.com November 2008 Download PDF Hoping to catch the movie “Twilight” at a theater near you when it opens next weekend? It might be wise to buy those tickets now. … Continue reading

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