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sarah-cotchaleovitch's picture
All day long, I've done what I could only dream about doing this time last year: I've sat on the couch reading a good book. Last December, I yearned for some good fiction after a few months of reading a bunch of how-to and reference materials. So at the close of the year, I looked over the books...
sarah-cotchaleovitch's picture
Never have. But there is a certain goal that I have for the near future. . . let's say 2013. You see, it's been a while since I've lived in a novel. I'm talking about the kind of book that won't let me go. The kind of book that I can't set down if I walk from the couch to the kitchen. The kind of...
david-henry-sterry's picture
Check out this week's Friday Writing Tips!!!   Fridaywritingtips: The Book Doctors on Not Following Trends & Seth Godin on Finding Your Tribe     
jennifer-kathleen-gibbons's picture
About three years ago I was at Kathleen Caldwell's A Great Good Place For Books to see Sarah Dessen read, where the woman hosting the event Jake talked about the new book that was supposed to be the new big thing, the new Harry Potter. I wrote the author's name down, then the next day told...
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Wow! I was quoted in an article “The Hunger Games: Empowering or Too Dark for Teens?” by librarian Audrey Barbakoff around YASaves! (beaming) She used quotes from my response to the whole Darkness Too Visible article and the YASaves movement because some parents are saying there is too...
joshua-r-wagner's picture
  (The Hunger Games #2)   I had doubts about this book before I ever picked it up.   There was a list of things in my head that it could never do.   It could never be as amazing as the first one. They would NEVER go back into the arena and therefore, it just wouldn't live up...
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Having recently finished reading Suzanne Collins' The Hunger Games trilogy, I came to a single conclusion:  I wanted to re-read Suzanne Collins' The Hunger Games trilogy.  I couldn't help it. The book were addictive, certainly, and easy to read. They were even harder to forget, and to stop...
lauren-lise-baratz-logsted's picture
Over at BiblioBuffet, my column this week is a roundup of dystopian YA fiction: Ah, Dystopia! The books covered include Little Brother, by Cory Doctorow; Candor, by Pam Bachorz; Life as We Knew It, Susan Beth Pfeffer; The Forest of Hands and Teeth, Carrie Ryan; and, of course, The Hunger Games,...