Head over to Pop for some recent interviews:
Tanya Lee Stone, author of A Bad Boy Can Be Good For A Girl;
Jess Lourey, author of May Day;
D.L. Garfinkle, author of Storky: How I Lost My Nickname And Won The Girl;
Christopher Krovatin, author of Heavy Metal And You;
and Mary E. Pearson, author of A Room On Lorelei Street.
I just found a fabulous blog: The History of Television by Stephanie Lehmann. I'm eager to read her latest book, You Could Do Better, about someone who works for the Museum of Television and Radio. (By the way, what an awesome job to have!) The Museum has it's own Blog, called the Blog Potato.
The long awaited updated Guides from the Federal Trade Commission are almost here! Per the FTC website, FTC Publishes Final Guides Governin...
Celebrate! Connections Among Cultures by Jan Reynolds. About: (because it sounds odd to say the Plot for nonfiction books.) A look at cultu...