Monthly Archives: May 2010

What I’m Reading Weekly Roundup (or not)

Gosh, you guys. It’s Monday already and I still haven’t posted anything. I’m calling this week a wash. What with BEA, the Duchess and my lovely lady friend visiting up from Alabama, I just didn’t have time. Plus, I’ve been … Continue reading

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BEA = Full On Exhaustion

And I was only there for one day! I’m sorry to say it, but after our morning meetings were over we walked the entire floor (upstairs) and the pickings were extremely slim. On the children’s front anyway. For the amount … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading Weekly Roundup

In Blogs Cake Wrecks does Children’s Book Week I actually wrote to them about this and got a response from Jen’s hubby! So exciting! CBI Conference – Elena Odriozola’s Illustrations David Maybury recapped a LOT of the CBI conference. I’m … Continue reading

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PubIt, Where Everybody Knows Your Name

Barnes & Noble announces PubIt! which allows any old hack to upload their digital book content, convert it to ePub format and then sell it on bn.com. I don’t know. Is this a good idea?

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Thanks Mom & Dad (and my 100th Post)

Lately, I’ve been giving a lot of thought to the fact that I’ve been saying I want to be a writer since I was six years old and that my parents never did anything but encourage me. Sure, there was … Continue reading

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In Which I Will Buy Anything Kate Spade

I had no idea Kate Spade designed beautiful covers for the nook! This makes the need to own a nook and a corresponding pink cover with the words “she kept her nose in a book” in gold foil even stronger! … Continue reading

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The Sky is Everywhere – Jandy Nelson

Rating: 3 stars Shelf: Now Reading Not as emotional as I thought it would be and very, very juvenile (for a teen novel). Still, it seemed to be a fairly accurate account of grief, even if it is a boy … Continue reading

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