Tag: young adult

It’s here! The final book in the 19th Year trilogy is here! Darkest Day!

It’s here! The final book in the 19th Year trilogy is here! Darkest Day!

It’s here! Mac Thorne’s time as a Changeling is coming to an end. It may have taken eighteen years, but Mac did finally manage to do what the Council wanted: she chose a teacher and renounced the in-between. There’s just one last step. She must […]

POLL: What form will Mackenzie Thorne, of the 19th Year Trilogy, select upon turning 19?

POLL: What form will Mackenzie Thorne, of the 19th Year Trilogy, select upon turning 19?

What form will Mackenzie Thorne, of the 19th Year Trilogy, select upon turning 19? Angel Demon (of any kind) Dragon Elf Fairy Griffin Gnome Goblin Human Shape-shifter Siren Sphinx Vampire Wizard Other Please Specify: Poll Maker

I – means first person perspective

I – means first person perspective

Ever read a book, open the pages and feel like the narrator is telling you HIS or HER story? That’s the first person perspective in writing. If you open a book and read he said and she said and instead of where you might find […]

There was a very tempting target at Rysa Walker’s prom. Do you know who it was? I do! See inside!

There was a very tempting target at Rysa Walker’s prom. Do you know who it was? I do! See inside!

What was it like to be a teenage Rysa Walker? Oh … I know. Check it out below and you’ll know, too! My other car was a ________________ My first car was a very used bottle green Mercury Grand Marquis that my parents retired my […]

“Feed Your Reader” (Ebooks Only

“Feed Your Reader” (Ebooks Only <-- oh yeah!) Hop! and I have a mega question about ebooks and you!

Thank you, up front, to I Am A Reader, Not A Writer, and Books: A True Story for hosting this awesome hop! We all know what an ebook is, right? It’s those invisible pixels, bits, bytes and digital media that make up the new ‘book’ […]

Guess what happened to Stephanie Lawton on prom night …

Guess what happened to Stephanie Lawton on prom night …

Hello, class! Today, the debut author of Want, Stephanie Lawton, joins us to answer a few questions about her teenage years. You’ll have time at the end to ask your own questions, but for now, pencil’s down … and let’s begin! My other car was […]

Did you know, Amaleen Ison excelled at going un-noticed until the night of her Leaver’s Party? #interview

Did you know, Amaleen Ison excelled at going un-noticed until the night of her Leaver’s Party? #interview

What was it like to be a teenage Amaleen Ison? My other car was a ________________ I grew up in the Cotswolds (on top of a big hill), a mile and a half from the nearest bus stop (at the bottom of the big hill) […]

BIG NEWS! My YA trilogy The 19th Year is coming October 2012!!

BIG NEWS! My YA trilogy The 19th Year is coming October 2012!!

I’m totally stealing the good news from the J. Taylor Publishing blog! Novelist, Emi Gayle, Set To Debut After Dark, the First of a Young Adult Trilogy, In October 2012 Yes! That’s ME!!! Author, Emi Gayle, just wants to be young again. She’s been able […]

If you saw it, would you read it?  When the Sea is Rising Red by Cat Hellisen

If you saw it, would you read it? When the Sea is Rising Red by Cat Hellisen

About the front: This cover has a totally creepy vibe to it. Wouldn’t you say? I mean … is she dead? Or … is that water really, really cold? When I think of the Red Sea, I probably inadvertently think of the Dead Sea, so […]

Did you know Kim Jewell daydreamed about … and crushed on the football …

Did you know Kim Jewell daydreamed about … and crushed on the football …

Go Wildcats! Kim Jewell went to high school in Marion, Illinois – her school colors were yellow and blue. How about yours? As Kim about herself, or read below to learn more! My other car was a: Little red MG convertible. Love vintage convertibles! Instead, […]

Tada! The all new Emi Gayle is here!

Tada! The all new Emi Gayle is here!

Reinventing yourself when you don’t really exist is kinda fun. It means I can be anything I want to be and have! See? Before, I was just a solemn girl at the computer, typing away stories from her teenage years. And then I finished a […]