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May.05.2010
http://lisa-laura.blogspot.com   WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 2010Book Giveaway and Guest Blog: PICTURE THE DEADToday we’d like to welcome two-time National Book award finalist Adele Griffin and best selling author/illustrator Lisa Brown. Their illustrated novel PICTURE THE DEAD is available NOW. Go buy...
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Apr.20.2010
Here's the poster for the Picture the Dead evening Adele Griffin and I will be presenting at San Francisco's fabulous Booksmith on May 6th. Red Room will be there with its first ever live author webcast, which you can watch starting at 7:30 p.m. here.  I hope you and your ghostly companions will...
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Apr.14.2010
  My favorite children's book? Well that's an impossible question. Children's books are often grouped en masse into their own genre, shoving picture books, early readers, middle grade novels and teen fiction willy-nilly into a great big undifferentiated pile. I mean, really, how does one...
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Mar.25.2010
FOR YEARS AND YEARS, I have been collaborating on this Illustrated-Young-Adult-Civil-War-Ghost-Story called Picture the Dead with the lovely and talented YA author Adele Griffin, (She's not a young adult, she writes for young adults.). It's finally hitting bookstore shelves this coming May, 2010....
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Jul.30.2009
With Guiding Light now officially ending in September, it means many former GL cast members are coming back. The one that makes me a very, very happy camper is Lisa Brown, who portrayed Nola Reardon-Chamberlain, one of the most three-dimensional, funniest characters in daytime. Nola made her debut...
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Jul.23.2008
One of the highlights of my work week is taking my proposals for what to feature on Red Room's homepage into Ivory's office for approval. She's pretty busy a lot of the time (we all are), so I enjoy the opportunity to sit quietly with her every Wednesday to share some of the best content I see...
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Jul.23.2008
  Larry Haines died last week. In case you didn't know who Larry Haines was, he was Stu Begman for thirty-five years on the soap opera Search For Tomorrow. When Jo (Mary Stuart) had troubles, he and his wife Marge would provide a joke, a cup of coffee and a friend. Although the character of Stu...