Many thanks to everyone who came out for the tour–in Salt Lake City, Chicago, Omaha, Houston, Miami, Washington, D.C./Bethesda, and Raleigh. It was such a pleasure to have a chance to meet so many readers, and I LOVED visiting schools and having a chance to speak with students, teachers, and librarians. Also, a huge thank-you to the independent booksellers who hosted the events. There are
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The official website for the MATCHED SERIES has been updated with all three of the new covers side-by-side. Gorgeous! The site also confirms the release date for REACHED as November 13, 2012, so I think we’re a go with that date. So excited!
I’m trying to think of the first time I met Robison Wells and I don’t think I’m positive about when it was. The inaugural Whitney Banquet, when I was enormously pregnant? It had to be before then but that’s my first concrete memory of talking with him, although I’d known about Rob for a long time before that. I’d been reading a group blog in
This week my son and I are finishing up this book before he goes back to school: It is awesome. I read it when it first came out and it is a lot of fun to share with him. And, on my own, I’m reading this: I’m in love with this series. It’s engaging and the main character (Flavia) is strong and it feels like
I am reading this: because in two weeks I get to go here: and see the play live at the Utah Shakespeare Festival, a Tony-award winning theater company located in my very own hometown of Cedar City, Utah. (Also, if you are a fan of the show Modern Family, click here and look at the picture on the right. Guess who was Oberon in a
I am seriously addicted to teeny tiny poetry books. I only have four. But I would love to have the entire Everyman library. They’re so small! They fit so well in a purse or pocket! And they have lovely little ribbon bookmarks attached. Right now I’m reading this one: And also the Dylan Thomas (now out of print, but I found one), and also this