Hunger Games: DISTRICT INDIE

This week's YA Indie Carnival hot topic is The Hunger Games. Carnival writers and reviewers were asked to reap a boy and girl "tribute" to compete. Thinking on the Midnight Guardian Series, Brun and Broo Gammen immediately come to mind. I know what you're thinking. Yes, brother and sister against each other means big drama. … Continue reading Hunger Games: DISTRICT INDIE

Giveaways, Appearances, WIPs, and Books OH MY!!!

Here's the latest in a nutshell, from the chief nut herself... Enter the NEW Midnight Child giveaway on Goodreads Book Signing, 10 p.m. to midnight, Silver Screen VII Gallipolis, before The Hunger Games midnight premiere this Thursday night. Get your pic with Peeta (the cardboard version, but hey, who's gonna know). Getting up early the … Continue reading Giveaways, Appearances, WIPs, and Books OH MY!!!

My Top 10 Favorite Love Triangles

After a week of whining to friends and family, I finally convinced someone to go with me to see Breaking Dawn. In honor of the victory, I'm posting My Top 10 Favorite Love Triangles (YA Book Edition). It was really hard to narrow them down, so if you have any additions, post a Comment. 10. … Continue reading My Top 10 Favorite Love Triangles

YA Indie Carnival: On the Rise…The popularity of YA fantasy

Authors like me are clamoring to figure out what will be the Next BIG Thing. Therefore, this week's topic in the YA Indie Carnival big top is "The Popularity of YA Fantasy". Anyone who reads industry blogs will see talk about dystopia, zombies, and urban fiction. I get it. I read the Hunger Games trilogy … Continue reading YA Indie Carnival: On the Rise…The popularity of YA fantasy