am I posting next? I have the very great privilege of doing a few different guest posts this week! I'd really love it if you'd check them out:
Today, I am over at the lovely and talented Elle Strauss' blog, discussing the importance of learning to love revisions. Sound like an oxymoron? I promise it's not! Hop on over and see for yourself: click here.
Tomorrow you can check out my interview on My Pile of Books (and become a follower while you're there, it's a great book review blog). Find out why I write YA, and lots more.
Since I am going to be majorly sleep-deprived on Friday (midnight showing/party for HP7 on Thursday night, WOOT!) (Yes, I am an adult, why?), be prepared for quite the Friday Five. I can only imagine what I'll come up with. Anyway, I can't wait to see this movie... please let it be at least CLOSE to as good as the book. Please? Pretty please? Also, I will be talking about trends in YA and whether aspiring authors should try and follow them or not on the fabulous Carolina Valdez Miller's blog, so be sure and check that out on Friday as well! (Luckily that post is already written and will not suffer from my sleep-deprived mind.)
And to close out this rambling post, what books are on your Christmas list this year? I'm trying to come up with mine, and though I already have a loooong list, there's always room for more. So tell me, what books am I missing?
Books on my wishlist?
Here you go:
Nightshade by Andrea Cremer
Juliet by Anne Fortier
Silver Phoenix: Beyond the Kingdom of Xia by Cindy Pon
Faery Rebels: Spell Hunter by R.J. Anderson
Magic Below Stairs by Caroline Stevermer
To Catch a Pirate by Jade Parker
Aurelia by Anne Osterlund
A Matter of Magic by Patricia C. Wrede
Princess of the Midnight Ball by Jessica Day George
The Fairy Godmother by Mercedes Lackey
The Princess and the Hound by Mette Ivie Harrison
Moon Called by Patricia Briggs
White Cat by Holly Black
Furies of Calderon by Jim Butcher
Storm Front by Jim Butcher
Magic Under Glass by Jaclyn Dolamore
The Mermaid's Mirror by L.K. Madigan
The Flavor Bible by Andrew Dornenburg
Wildwing by Emily Whitman
Firelight by Sophie Jordan
Jane by April Lindner
Real Mermaids Don't Wear Toe Rings by Helene Boudreau
Torment by Lauren Kate
Fallen by Lauren Kate
P.S. I cannot wait for HP7! So excited. I'm seeing it on Friday.
Cool guest posts! I'll be sure to check them out.
I want The Lost Saint for Christmas.
Stephanie - thank you so much for that list, I really appreciate it!
Elana - Ooh, I can't wait for that one either! Are you going to the release party at TKE?
I'd like to borrow all of Stephanie McGee's when she's done with them. Great list! I love books. I love holding them in my hands, reading them, sliding them into my shelves, and writing them. I want e-readers never to replace them.
Sara, I'm glad I'm not the only adult going to the HP7 midnight showing. :) I'm taking my college-kid. Actually, she's taking me. Maybe we'll be at the same theater, yeah? Excited to read all of your guest-posts!
I cannot wait to see HP7!!! How fun it would be to have a party!!
Looking forward to getting your post put up, my dear! Thanks so much for the mention as well.
Off to get check out your post at Elle's blog!
A bunch of us are going to see HP7 on Saturday. The Kid has school Friday...and Fri. night is already sold out. But Sat. worked out well for us anyway. CAN'T WAIT!!! :)
Off to Elle's.
Awesome on the guest posts! And as for books ~ I'm always the last to know what books are hot or which ones I should read. Seriously. So You tell ME what I should put on my list, okay?
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