if it’s too difficult for grown-ups, write for children


Sorry, guys, I’ve got a headache attacking my brain like Godzilla in Tokyo, so allow me to just fill this space with links, ok? Thanks.
Anokaberry includes Ellen Booraem‘s The Unnameables in her list of Best Books of 2008 for Middle-Grade Readers, while Literate Lives also does a very nice write-up, arguing for its inclusion on the Newbery list.
Over on the Class of 2k9 site, which features S. Terrell French and her debut Operation Redwood, they’re giving away some ARCs of the Class members’ books. Enter for your chance to win!
Meanwhile, fellow Colorado agent and blogger Rachelle Gardner has a list of helpful ways to break out of writers block — or just be a better writer.
And Fuse Number 8 was kind enough to repost the invite for the wine reception Kristin Nelson and I are hosting during ALA Midwinter. If you’re an editor, librarian, or published author, please rsvp and come on by.
Now, if you’ll excuse me, I’m off for a dark corner of my office until anything exciting happens.

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