Daily Archives: Saturday, June 1, 2013

Jun 01
Comicpalooza 2013

Comicpalooza 2013

Comicpalooza is a comic convention in Houston. It was held over Memorial Day weekend and I decided to go this year. It was my first con like this and it was a bit overwhelming. The program is 64 pages! I blogged about the non-bookish stuff I saw at the con on my personal blog, so I’m only going to post the bookish related stuff. Feel free to read the rest on my personal blog’s post. 🙂 I went to a lot of bookish panels and met a bunch of authors. These authors were also signing during the day, but there… Read more »

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Jun 01
Armchair BEA 2013 – Keeping it Real and Children’s/YA Lit

Armchair BEA 2013 – Keeping it Real and Children’s/YA Lit

Day 5 of Armchair BEA discussion topics are keeping it real and children’s and/or YA literature: What exactly does “keeping it real” mean?  The meaning lays in keeping.  How do you not only grow an audience, but how do you keep them coming back for more?  If you have been around for years, how do you keep your material fresh?  How do you continue to keep blogging fun? Our final genre focuses on the younger crowd:  children’s picture books and young adult literature and everything in between.  What are the top 5 (or more) books that every child should have… Read more »

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Jun 01
Release Party Blast: Triskele Books Giveaways

Release Party Blast: Triskele Books Giveaways

Triskele Books Day 7 International giveaway of one signed paperback of each Triskele book. Readers enter the giveaway for whichever book(s) they would like to win. This in conjunction with live pics, Tweets (#TriskeleWWJ) and news from the launch at Foyles in London. This release party blast is organized by Colorimetry. Please see tour organizer website for giveaway rules. Follow the Rafflecopter giveaway links to enter each giveaway.  *~*~*~*~* Complicit by Gillian E. Hamer ‘On the beach stood the adverse array (of Britons), a serried mass of arms and men, with women flitting between the ranks. In the style of Furies, in robes… Read more »

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