Monthly Archives: March 2010

What I’m Reading Weekly Round Up

In Blogs Reading Rainbow, again? that would make me very happy! Love! Everything to do with Meg Cabot Jabberwocky, as read by Sir Christopher Lee I mean, please watch this! James Franco, Creative Writer I thought I wanted to read … Continue reading

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Interesting Tweets from Bologna Book Fair 2010: Thursday, March 26th Edition

I believe many of the more enthusiastic #BBF10 tweeters have left the fair already. Still, the fair keeps on through today. We’ll see what we can glean from those stragglers: missdaisyfrost: Big book at Bologna #bbf10. today is prequel (set … Continue reading

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Interesting Tweets from Bologna Book Fair 2010: Thursday, March 25th Edition

Thanks to all those who have been re-tweeting the link to my blog. I really appreciate your enthusiasm for my #BBF10 posts! usbornemktg: http://twitpic.com/1ars0k – The wall where illustrators can pin up their work and contacts is looking pretty full … Continue reading

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Interesting Tweets from Bologna Book Fair 2010: Wednesday, March 24th Edtion

You guys have been tearing it up twitter style today! Amazing! Makes me feel like I’m in Italy, with you. Think I’ll take a little prosecco at my desk. (Just kidding, boss) AudryT: Hurrah! RT @barrygoldblatt: Oh, have I mentioned … Continue reading

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Interesting Tweets from Bologna Book Fair 2010: Tuesday, March 23 Edition

While I’m stuck at my desk in New York, busy fixing last minute problems (see: I booked one appointment for the CEO of my company and gave him the wrong booth number!) for my co-workers that got to go — … Continue reading

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Middle Grade Mania

I know we’ve all lamented the loss of Harry Potter. Buyers and bookstores especially. How will we ever make up for the phenomenon that was Harry Potter? I heard it every day for over a year. It was tiring. There … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading Weekly Round Up

In Blogs Childhood Heroes a great slideshow of top ten childhood heroes. Ray Bradbury gives good Blurbs as collected by the INTERN. Support Your Library Write a letter Developing a Way with Words From Underpants to Cavemen Dave Pilkey’s new … Continue reading

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