An Interview with D.L. Garfinkle, author of Storky, is at ALAN Online.
Gail Gauthier at Original Content talks in her Feb 3 post about how some "publishers are interested in raising the definition of YA into the early twenties." I can see how publishers would want to target twenty-something readers. But I don't see why it needs to be done by changing the definition of "young adult".
Over at Bartography, Chris has been sharing the nonfiction American history books he has been reading with his six year old. The current time period they are reading: 1775-1825.
Because I love iambic tetrameter : Poem 126 by Emily Dickinson The brain is wider than the sky, For, put them side by side, The one...
At the end of this post is a round up to my previous, often lengthy explanations of what an ARC is (and isn't) and why an ARC isn't ...