Monthly Archives: March 2010

Monkey Week: Baby Monkey Pics and Haikus

It’s the last day of Monkey Week! I thought I’d wrap things up with some cute baby monkey pictures and some haikus. Cute Baby Monkey Sleeps upon her mother’s back To stay warm and snug Baby Spider Monkey from: swamibu / … Continue reading

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Monkey Week: 10 MG/YA Books Featuring Monkeys

It’s Monkey Week Day #4! Today I’ve got another list of books, but this time we’re discussing MG/YA books featuring monkey characters. In order by author: 1. City of the Beasts by Isabel Allende (via @exmoorjane) 2. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by … Continue reading

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Monkey Week: 10 Monkey Mashups

You’ve heard of book mashups right? Where you take two different types of stories and mix them up? Like in Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. Well today I’m going to give you 10 ideas for Monkey Mashups: Hairy Potter and … Continue reading

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Monkey Week: 8 Monkey-tastic Board Books

It’s Day 2 of Monkey Week here at Monkey Poop! Today I thought I’d share: Enjoy!

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Monkey Week at Monkey Poop!

I’ve decided to declare this week Monkey Week here at Monkey Poop in honor of my two year blogaversary! Okay, so the anniversary was actually about a month and a half ago, but whatever. Close enough! (This blog post is to be … Continue reading

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Totally TV Blog

I have an alter ego online. That’s right, I’ve finally decided to link to my TV blog. My writing group members told me to do this ages ago, but I had some convoluted reasons not to (something about not promoting … Continue reading

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Eco-dystopic books

I am working on a new novel and wanted to find out about the current market for my book proposal. My book could be classified as an “eco-dystopia” according to my writing group buddy Peta, which I took to basically … Continue reading

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Ray Bradbury on Writing and Rejection

In junior high (aka middle school to some) I did a project on Ray Bradbury and ended up reading all of his short stories that we had in our school library. I was a big fan, but somehow I haven’t … Continue reading

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Informal Book Review: The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

I was going to wait until after my writing group meeting to talk about this, but I really loved loved loved this book. Even though I read this book way back in December, I chose to read it again this … Continue reading

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Making a Book Cover

(via @bookninja

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