Young Adult (& Kids) Book Central is sponsoring a giveaway contest that features 20 available copies of Tantalize. The challenge is: “Make up a favorite recipe/dish for either a vampire or a werewolf. Be Creative! And remember, answers DO count!” See the entry form. The event is co-sponsored by YABC and Candlewick Press. Please help spread the word!
In review news, Publishers Weekly cheers “…horror fans will be hooked by Kieren’s quiet, hirsute hunkiness…” I love the alliteration “hirsuit hunkiness.” How fun is that?
Thanks to BookPeople of Austin, Texas for featuring the book in its March newsletter! This is my local independent bookstore. Yay, Austin!
Thanks also to Cat for her kind and enthusiastic welcome to MySpace. I’m honored.
And last, I’d also like to note that I’ve signed a contract for a new picture book (“Holler Loudly”) with Dutton. I’ll keep you posted on illustrator and pub-date news.
More News & Links
Congratulations to my pal and fellow Austinite Chris Barton of Bartography on the sale of his SECOND book! Wahoo!
“How Bleak Thou Art:” my comedic writer (and very cute) husband and sometimes co-author, Greg Leitich Smith, blogs about the dearth of YA/tween comedies at Blogger. See also comments on his LJ syndication.
Debbie Reese at American Indians in Children’s Literature blogs about Less Than Half, More Than Whole by Michael and Kathleen Lacapa (Northland, 1999). See my bibliographies on books with interracial family themes and Native themes.