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Interview with Kristine Carlson Asselin

  Kristine Asselin is the author of both works nonfiction and fiction. She writes both YA and children’s and is currently working on Falling for Wonder Boythat will be published through Wicked Whale Publishing. In this interview, she touches upon how she writes and the publishing industry.   Falling for Wonder Boy seems like it […]

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Young Writers Workshop

Heads up! I will be teaching at the Cape Cod Writers Center’s Young Writers Workshop this February. This free, five-day course is taught by me and Jeff Carter. Details below and the link to the sign up is here: http://capecodwriterscenter.org/young-writers-workshop-2019/  

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Holy Copyright, Batman!

Drawing the line between artistic use and copyright can sometimes be quite difficult to do. Albanese’s article in Publisher’s Weekly covers this when talking about how Chooseco is suing Netflix for trademark infringement. This can be used as both a warning on monitoring your own work to see if it oversteps on copyright as well […]

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Lessons from Harry

  J.K. Rowling provides her tips on how to write as well as the ups and downs of being a writer in this article. One topic she emphasizes is that you should write the way you want and to toss all the advice on writing what the market currently wants. This I found to be […]

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A Trip into the Kingdom of Maas

Sarah J. Maas’s inspiring story of how Throne of Glass came to be is detailed in this interview on the UK’s Writers & Artists site. It’s an older piece, but Maas is a master, so it’s always timely. This article is a great read to know what her process of writing is like as well […]

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Girl Power Evolution

  This quick opinion piece I found on THE CONVERSATION looks at the progression of female protagonists in young adult fiction as well as how much further they need to change. This really made me think of the importance in having female protagonists that are not the majority and how they can help readers feel […]

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Welcome our new Contributing Blogger!

It’s no secret that I juggle WAY too many things at once. I blame it on a type-A personality and a brain that runs in overdrive. Which is why my blog has suffered (BAD ME) and is also why I reached out to my key audience, young adults, and asked, “HEY! Wanna be a contributing […]

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HELP WANTED

Yup. I finally caved and admitted I am juggling way too many things to keep up with my social media . . . which is where YOU come in. Details are below, but basically I need a mini-me. And because I get many kids asking me if they can volunteer to do XYZ for school […]

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Holiday Shopping!

TODAY! 11 – 3:45! I am at Cape Cod Beer with a bunch of other vendors! It’s Small Business Saturday – come supports those who are nuts enough to have their own small businesses!  

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Too Blue

Originally posted on Cape Cod Teen:
Snapshots of life on Cape Cod (and Eila’s world). Cape Cod Teen View original post

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White Shark Realty

Kate Conway, Cape Cod Real Estate Agent

Tales of Black-Winged Night

a black, queer, adoptee's journey to self-love, self-expression, and freedom.

From Sunsets To Sunrises

Living Life Lessons

August 6, 7, & 8, 2018

Double Tree Hotel, Hyannis, MA

jenacidebybibliophile

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Heartstring Eulogies

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Darrick Dean

Find your Purpose. Find your Story.

YA Author Rendezvous

Creativity Unleashed: Books for the young and the young at heart

Undercurrents

Exploring those mysterious, underlying forces fueling a writing life

Nerdy Book Club

A community of readers

Book Twister Reviews

"A good day is one where I can not just read a book, but write a review of it." - Christopher Hitchens

Holly Storrow

Watch. Read. Write. Life.

YA Book Addict

Writing to share my love of books...

THE SPELLBOUND READER

BOOK REVIEWS, GIVEAWAYS, NEW RELEASES & MORE

Christa Wojciechowski

Dark Fiction, Delirium, and Digital Marketing