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Book Review: Plain Kate by Erin Bow

Plain Kate┬áby Erin Bow I was afraid to read this book because of the heavy themes introduced even just in the synopses I read on Goodreads and Amazon, but I’m glad I got over it (on the recommendation of a … Continue reading

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10 Rules for Writing Fiction

My twitter followers will have seen this link already to writing rules from famous authors, but I just can’t help sharing some of my favorites: From Margaret Atwood: “7 You most likely need a thesaurus, a rudimentary grammar book, and … Continue reading

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Best books of 2009 — of the ones I read anyway

Okay, so I was going to do this whole post about the best kid’s books I read this year, but while I was going through my list on goodreads, I started to get confused about my star rating system. Then … Continue reading

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Boston Globe Horn-Book Award Speeches

Here is Neil Gaiman’s Acceptance speech for The Graveyard Book: You can see the rest of the videos here (including MT Anderson’s speech): http://www.hbook.com/bghb/video09.asp (via ReadRoger blog)

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