Monday, March 20, 2006

The Edge of the Forest

Issue 2 of The Edge of the Forest is up.

My contributions: Teens and Seniors, an article made possible thanks to the insightful commentary from Suzi at Words, Words, Words; Chris Barton at Bartography; D.L. Garfinkle; and Mary E. Pearson. I have a book review (scroll down, it's the second one) of the upcoming I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have To Kill You by Ally Carter, which you will love if you watch shows like Buffy and Alias. Finally, I have a nonfiction review of Let Me Play : The Story of Title IX: The Law That Changed the Future of Girls in America and while the book is about sports, my review is about how the Law is a good thing.

Other highlights: Author Jane Buchanan Talks About Judging the SCBWI Golden Kite; Gail Gauthier is this month's Blogging Writer; and many more book reviews and blog highlights.

Why are you still reading this? Go to The Edge of the Forest!

3 comments:

Kate S. said...

I really enjoyed your "Teens and Seniors" article. I recently finished reading Criss Cross and it was interesting to think more about that aspect of the novel in connection with all of the other books that you discussed in the article.

Jen Robinson said...

Hi Liz,

I really enjoyed your "Teens and Seniors" article, too. I would also mention Shakespeare's Secret, by Elise Broach, which starts out with a girl getting to know her older next door neighbor. I think it's great how many books you were already able to mention in the article. Thanks! I'm also keen to read "I'd Tell You I Love You..." after reading your review.

Liz B said...

I'm glad you enjoyed the article!

I forgot about Shakespeare's Secret; I knew there were more!

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