Archives - March 2011
It's officially spring but these new releases will pull us into a future that isn't so bright. In WITHER, scientists need to find cure for a genetic experiment that would have created a perfect, disease-free race of humans -- instead people are dying in their 20's and 16 year old Rhine is taken away by a scientist to become par
In this guest post for Teenreads.com, Lory Kaufman, author of THE LENS AND THE LOOKER, discusses the challenges --- and rewards --- of being
In M.J. Putney's DARK MIRROR, magic is not revered, it is despised. When Lady Victoria's secret is revealed, she is sent to a place to be cured of her abilities.
Daylight savings is here so we have more sunshine and plenty of time to check out these new releases. SUBWAY GIRL is the story of Simon, who only speaks Chinese, and Amy, who only speaks English -- yet they still find a connection in a world bigger than the two them. A
Today we have young singer-songwriter Alexandra Monir, writing about her authorial debut, TIMELESS.
Jen Calonita, the author the Secrets of My Hollywood Life series, talks a little bit about finishing the series, and some of her favorite moments.
Posting today is Melina Marchetta, the author of numerous books for teens including JELLICOE ROAD, a winner of the pretigious Printz Award in 2009. Her most recent book THE PIPER'S SON is a companion novel to SAVING FRANCESCA, out in 2003.
Lindsey Leavitt is the author of PRINCESS FOR HIRE and her YA debut, SEAN GRISWOLD'S HEAD.