I'll be at ALA Midwinter -- San Antonio, leaving next week. So please let me know if you'll be there.
Meg Cabot has me wondering which bestseller has a Mary Sue character. I've been looking at bestseller lists, trying to figure out, what book would Meg read? And does it have a Mary Sue? I've also found Mary Sue type characters in regular fiction, and it drives me nuts. Hm, note to self: longer post later on Mary Sues.)
E. Lockhart is putting together an iMix for an upcoming book. See my earlier post, Beyond the Book, for my thoughts on extending a story beyond the written page. See this related story from the Chicago Tribune about Lost, ABC's hit `Lost' is easy to find, which talks about TV shows extending the story beyond the show itself. Other shows have done similar things (longer post later on Dawson's Creek, Oz & Homicide having an online story) or had book tie ins. But I'm wondering -- is there a change? Is this one story being told in more than one format, rather than the story told in one format with the other stuff being "extra" or "bonus" or noncanon?
Battlestar Galactica's new season has begun.