Ask Daphne! Rexroth requests a family tree

December 13th, 2010

Here’s an OLD question from my draft file, but something that may be useful to you! Rexroth asks You know what I want to see? I want to see the family tree of publishers. Who are the Grandparents (and what do they do), and who are their kids (and what do they do), and who […]

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Ask Daphne! About My Query LXXX

December 10th, 2010

Victorian-style boots for Tally’s Victorian-era novel, as follows: Dear Ms. Unfeasible, London, 1882. Seven years ago, Emil Aleric and his sister were kidnapped. Emil survived. His sister didn’t. So when he hears news of a serial killer rampaging London, he’s convinced that his former abductor is on the move again. The peculiarities of the murders– […]

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Envisioning the Future

December 9th, 2010

As you should know by now, Julia Karr‘s been counting down the Sixteen Weeks to the release day of her debut novel XVI with a tour around the blogosphere. This week, in response to her Kirkus review which asked “How did the situation get so broken?”, Julia blogged on Janet Fox’s website about several current […]

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This Made Me Super Happy

December 8th, 2010

Last night, I scrolled through my Twitter stream to find this awesomeness from John Green: Just finished ANNA AND THE FRENCH KISS, an engrossing and amazingly romantic novel by nerdfighter @naturallysteph SO GOOD Followed by the EVEN MORE AWESOME comment from John to Maureen Johnson: @maureenjohnson have you read ANNA AND THE FRENCH KISS? It’s […]

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PINK’s a “Must read”

December 7th, 2010
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This just in! Another great review of Pink by Lili Wilkinson, this time from Night Owl Reviews, which writes (in part): PINK was an outstanding novel by Lili Wilkinson. It covered lots of different subjects, while most teen books only touch on one or two, such as sex, your identity, trying to fit in, and […]

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