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Monday, January 05, 2009

Loads of links to share today:

Allison Winn Scotch wonders "So How Do You Know If You Suck?"

Nathan Bransford muses about the ever-shrinking divide between "young adult" and "adult" novels -- This made me think about The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, which was published as a both a young adult and adult novel in the United Kingdom, but as an adult title in the United States (and sold very well indeed!)

Agent Janet Reid looks back at publishing in 2008--how's it's changed, and how it hasn't

Seven Deadly Publishing Sins -- or, as the intro says, "These seven no-nos will put your career on ice faster than you can say “remainder.”"

Sarah Ryan answers questions about being an author--and risks

Michelle Rowan shares ten things she's learned since her first book was published

Ally Carter has some straightforward, sensible--and blunt--advice for those who want to write

I'm pleased to say that Living Dead Girl was named a Cynsational Book of 2008 and made the BCCB 2008 Blue Ribbon List--WHOO!

Also! Don't forget to enter the Simon Pulse Spring Fling Contest!

One last thing: congrats to Jenn, who won the copy of Dooley Takes The Fall and Brick!


Blogger Yan said...

I also gave you an award ;P


January 06, 2009 9:03 PM  
Blogger Gabrielle said...

Hi Elizabeth!

We finally published the interview you did with "Innovative Teen" (all the way back in September!) You can find it at www.innovativeteen.blogspot.com. Scroll down to last Saturday.



January 11, 2009 3:44 PM  

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