Tag: all good children

All Good Children go to Heaven (or at least to paperback and Booktrack editions)

A couple of cool things have happened this fall with my 2011 teen novel, All Good Children. First, All Good Children is now available in paperback! Orca Book Publishers has produced a gorgeous paperback version of the book. It’s blue, it’s ominous, it’s a…

Radio Interview at Noon

The interview I did in Prince Edward County last month (last post) airs at noon today on 99.3 County FM. Lynn Pickering, host of “The County Writes…The County Reads” asks me about my background, my books, and my advice for young writers. Check it…

Forest of Reading Honours

If you’re a children’s book writer, a teacher, a librarian, or a student in Ontario, you probably know about the Forest of Reading, Ontario’s children’s choice book award program. (It’s like the Hackmatacks on the East coast, the Red Cedars on the west, and…

The Sunburst Awards

The Sunburst Award Society (for Excellence in Canadian Literature of the Fantastic) has just selected my novel, All Good Children, as the winner of the 2012 Sunburst Award in the Young Adult category. I am thrilled! Check out the Press Release here. I owe…

Goodreads Discussion Group Guest Author

If you’re interested in young adult novels, you should: (a) read Daniel Pinkwater’s Young Adult Novel; and (b) join the Goodreads YA Reads for Teachers (and Any Other Adults!) discussion group. I am the group’s Guest Author this month, so I’ll be talking with discussion…

Dear Disappointed Fan

I received two letters from readers last week. The first was a thankful email from the parent of a reluctant reader, an 11-year-old girl who read Walking Backward and really engaged with the story. That was such a nice letter to receive! I answered it with a thankful email…

Giving Away More Books

Today I’m a guest author on the awesome book blog, 10 Stories Up. Head over there to read my answers to some tough questions, like: Do you think the reason many adults condemn contemporary children’s literature is because they don’t (or choose not to) remember what…

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