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Sometimes, it's so easy to get distracted by the little things that we forget to "live in the Now", and live it to the fullest --- an idea captured perfectly in Susane Colasanti's latest novel, WAITING FOR YOU.
Though Jenny Han is hard at work on the sequel to her newly released novel,
Deborah Lytton is an actress, singer and author whose debut novel, JANE IN BLOOM, hit stores in March. In today's guest blog, she explains why summer is the best time of year for soul searching and self-discovery, and invites you to share what you learn about yourself in the process.
Lauren Strasnick's debut novel, NOTHING LIKE YOU, is set to hit stores this fall. Below, she takes us on the roller coaster of emotions she's experienced on the road to getting her first book published.
Below, Jennifer E. Smith --- author of THE COMEBACK SEASON and YOU ARE HERE --- recalls childhood memories of her travels from the back seat of the family car and reminds us about the one thing we shouldn't forget to pack on our next road trip.
Today's guest blogger is Lee Bantle, a lawyer from New York who has also written two novels for middle-grade and YA readers. Below, he discusses characters from his latest book, DAVID INSIDE OUT, and shares his thoughts on the very timely subject of gay marriage.
If you could go on a fantasy road trip with a character (or characters!) from your favorite series, where would you go? What would you do along the way? How would you travel? Answer these questions by creating a video starring characters from series by Libba Bray, Tamora Piece or Rick Riordan, and you could be chosen by Random House Audio/Listening Library to win an 8 gb iPod and a collection of signed audiobooks!Click here for more information, or to enter the contest. Good luck!
For a writer, finding the perfect title can be tricky. Today's guest blogger, sci-fi fantasy author, Hilari Bell, shares some of her own hits and misses throughout the years.
Is there any better way to spend your summer vacation than with a glass of lemonade in one hand and a great book in the other?