Monthly Archives: October 2011


Daisy Whitney’s The Mockingbirds & The Rivals New Covers

Daisy Whitney’s The Mockingbirds & The Rivals New Covers

Recently on her blog, Daisy Whitney revealed the new paperback cover for her book The Mockingbirds and the matching, new cover for her upcoming companion novel, The Rivals. While we liked the original covers, we’re sort of over-the-moon about the new ones — so we chatted with Daisy about the changes! Here’s more: The original […]

Posted October 31, 2011 by Sara in Covers / 2 Comments
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The Best of This Dark Endeavor by Kenneth Oppel

The Best of This Dark Endeavor by Kenneth Oppel

Today marks not only Halloween — but the end of our month-long feature on This Dark Endeavor by Kenneth Oppel. But before we bid farewell to this fabulous book, here’s a look back at the highlights: This Dark Endeavor: Frankenstein-Inspired Writing Contest Our writing contest is open through midnight (PT) tonight — and at last […]

Posted October 31, 2011 by Sara in Book of the Month / 0 Comments
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Paperback release puts Caster Chronicles back in top ten

Paperback release puts Caster Chronicles back in top ten

With the release of the third book in The Caster Chronicles series—Beautiful Chaos by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl (read an excerpt)–the Beautiful Creatures paperback edition is no. 4 on the paperback list. Kathy Reichs’s sequel to Virals—Seizure— is at no. 10. This Week Children’s Chapter Books Weeks on List 1 THE SON OF NEPTUNE, […]

Posted October 30, 2011 by in Uncategorized / 0 Comments
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Stasia Ward Kehoe: Audition Q&A

Stasia Ward Kehoe: Audition Q&A

Today, we are delighted to host Stasia Ward Kehoe’s Audition blog tour — a book that we truly think is fab-u-lous! As part of our stop, Stasia stopped by for a short Q&A: I used to be so intimidated by verse novels, but thanks to authors like you and Lisa Schroeder, I’ve really come to […]

Posted October 28, 2011 by Sara in Author Q&A / 1 Comment
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New In Theaters: Anonymous

New In Theaters: Anonymous

A new movie hits theaters today, and the topic is stirring up a bit of a debate in the literary community. Anonymous addresses the hotly debated conspiracy theory that William Shakespeare did not actually write any of his beloved plays and sonnets: Set in the political snake-pit of Elizabethan England, Anonymous speculates on an issue […]

Posted October 28, 2011 by Sara in Movie Adaptations / 1 Comment
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