Tag: book reviews

Insatiable Author Interview

Another awesome book blogger has been inquiring about All Good Children, so head over to Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers and feed your need to read the answers to some thought-provoking questions like: Was the racism in your dystopian world intentional or did it just surface… Continue Reading “Insatiable Author Interview”

Guest Author Interview (No Need to Blog Today)

I was interviewed on Cubicle Blindness today, a reader review blog that had some nice things to say about All Good Children. Krista asked some great questions, like: The main character Max got excited at the fact that he got to fight. He seemed to want to… Continue Reading “Guest Author Interview (No Need to Blog Today)”

Hitting the Virtual Road

I just learned that my just-launched teen novel, All Good Children, has had a couple of very new reviews, including this one from Booklist (November 15, 2011 – which hasn’t happened yet but I didn’t make it up, honest): “Austen writes with cinematic definition, driving the action with taut… Continue Reading “Hitting the Virtual Road”

Everybody Wants to be a Starring Cat

I got an email this week from an old friend whom I haven’t seen for twenty years. She wrote to say that she’d been in Washington, D.C., and there in the bookshop of the Museum of Natural History was My Cat Isis. My beloved feline is… Continue Reading “Everybody Wants to be a Starring Cat”

Wonderful Book Review

I know I said I wasn’t going to read any more Walking Backward book reviews, but fellow author Kate Jaimet sent me an email this weekend congratulating me on my review in the Globe & Mail, so I just had to check it out. (I… Continue Reading “Wonderful Book Review”

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