11/28/09



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YA Connection (November 21-27)

 Ya Connection Week of November 21-27, 2009

The YA Connection is a accumulation of links from around the YA blogosphere. Here you can find author blog links, review link, a place to share your contests, and miscellaneous new pertaining to young adult literature.

Want to be featured in YAC?

  • Are you a blogger?  Shoot me an email with your blog url. Do not send individual links to reviews. I have a folder in my Google Reader called YAC. Posts are chosen at random. Please use the subject: YAC. 
  • Are you an author that has an event coming up/contest/fun news? Let me know and I can mention it on a future post of YAC! 
  • Have a suggestion of something you’d like to see on YAC? Or something you’ve seen that you’d like me to include every time, let me know.
(Just a mini YAC this week…. getting back into the swing of things so to speak.)

    Author Musings:

    Look out for the Stupid Prada Summer Van Tour! Unfortunately non of the stops are close to me….. but, would be an awesome author event to attend if you have the chance!

    Speaking of author stops, if you’re in the Chicago area you should go to the Holidaze with the Debs next weekend! Of course I have a holiday party I must attend next weekend…. bah humbug!

    Courtney Summers (Some Girls Are) has a new look. I mean her blog has a new look. It’s super cute.
    Melissa Walker‘s (Lovestruck Summer, which I finally bought a copy of!) Cover Stories!!! She had author Cynthia Leitich Smith and her novel Eternal. I love the cover for Eternal!

    Check out this contest of awesome at The Enchanted Inkpot… 25 books and other goodies up for grabs!


    Blogger Blurbs:

    Yan of Books By Their Cover reviewed Devoured by Amanda Marrone. “I am sad of how disappointing this book was. I think this is either a love or hate book.”

    Patty of Yay! Reads reviewed Graceling by Kristin Cashore. “A fantastical adventure with romance that has no comparison.”

    Steph of Juiciliouss Reviews reviewed Meridian by Amber Kizer. “Meridian was a book I found myself extremely disconnected from. I couldn’t relate to any of the characters even though I did find myself enjoy Meridian, the girl.”

    Chelsea of The Page Flipper reviewed Notes from the Dog by Gary Paulsen. “It has compassion and rawness, and it leaves you with a warm, gooey, inspiring feeling.”

    Alea of Pop Culture Junkie reviewed Lips Touch by Laini Taylor. “I’ve read nothing like it before.”

    Hope of Hope’s Bookshelf reviewed Beautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia and Margie Stohl. “Beautiful Creatures is definitely one of the best, if not the best, book that I’ve read in 2009 so far.”

    A Good Addiction reviewed Betrayals by Lil St. Crow. “This installment isn’t as fast paced, but it is still gripping and intriguing.”


    Bookish News:

    Join the Big Fat Nerd Journal Tour.

    Ever wanted to be a model on a book cover? Well now you can be a face on The Vampire Academy!

    Are you joining any challenges this year? I’m hosting the 2010 Debut Author Challenge! Check out this post for more info, and this post to sign up! I’m still looking for debut authors willing to donate prizes!


    Released This Week:

    • The Seven Rays by Jessica Bendinger
    • How to Date a Vampire by Sophie Collins
    • Vampire Academy (Signature Edition) by Richelle Mead

    Contests: 

    Feel free to fill in your contest info in the Mister Linky.

    Please use the Mister Linky as instructed.
    Your Name: Put your prize here & deadline date!
    Your URL: Put a DIRECT link to your contest.

    11/14/09



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    YA Connection (Nov. 8-14)

    YA Connection November 8-14, 2009

    The YA Connection is a collaborative column that was originally started by Kristi (The Story Siren) and Steph (Reviewer X). Steph is currently on a extended hiatus, so I’m swinging it solo for the time being. In it can be found links from around the YA blogosphere, including, but not limited to, contests links, author blog links, review links, and miscellaneous news pertaining to the age group.

    Author Musings:

    Jillian Cantor (September Sister) is having an contest on her blog. An ARC of her new novel, The Life of Glass and a $25 gift certificate to Sephora.

    Over at the 2010: A Book Odyssey, a collaborative blog of 2010 debut authors, Kristina McBride shows off her ARC for The Tension of Opposites! The cover may not be final, but I still think it looks great!

    And speaking of sharing covers, Many Hubbard shares the cover of You Wish from the Penguin catalog, this one may not be final though too.

    If you’d like to get a exclusive sneak peek at Bad Blood by Mari Mancusi, all you have to do is join The Blood Coven!

    Diana Peterfreund (Rampant) made an announcement on her blog recently. She’ll be participating in a short story collection that I’m super excited for personally… for all the deets you’ll have to head to her post. SO EXCITED, go TEAM UNICORN!

    Check out this post on Kami Garcia’s Blog. Help build a library! Michelle Wright has been using her own money and collecting new and gently used books from friends and family to build a library for a community  that is without. If you are a blogger and author or a bookish person that would like to help out, you can check out Kami’s post for more informatin.

    EDIT: (So… I didn’t realize I had the wrong information for this one… it was the old event, so this is the updated info! sorry!) November 21, 2009: LAYAPALOOZA Pizza Party!! Join us for a pizza party with a whole bunch of your favorite YA authors.

    Pizza, games, prizes, and a chance to mix and mingle with your favorite YA author and get books signed!! What a fantastic day! (I SOO wish I could go to this!) There will probably be more information about this at the LAYA’s Myspace page.

      • Cecil Castellucci: Beige 
      • Susan Casey 
      • Cherry Cheva: DupliKate 
      • Benjamin Esch: Sophomore Switch 
      • Cara Haycak: Living on Impulse
      • Anna Hays:  Portia’s Exclusive and Confidential Rules on True Friendship 
      • Amy Goldman Koss: Poison Ivy 
      • Andrew Smith  
      • Sally Nemeth:  The Heights, the Depths, and Everything in Between  
      • Carol Snow: Snap  
      • Michael Reisman:  Simon Bloom 
      • Heather Tomlinson: Aurelie: A Faerie Tale


        Blogger Blurbs:

        Reality Bites… Fiction Does it Better reviewed Audrey Wait by Robin Benway. “Honestly, I can’t remember a thing that I didn’t like about this book. Robin Benway’s got pure talent and I can’t wait to read more of her works!”

        Books Make Great Lovers reviewed Prada and Prejudice by Mandy Hubbard. “The chemistry was undeniable which makes for a nice love story. I would say younger teens who like historical romances will love this book!”

        Just Blinded Book Reviews reviewed Kiss of Life by Daniel Waters. This sequel dealt a lot more with how the world views the “zombies” and not just the small town that Phoebe lives in.

        Staysi of Lost in Ink reviewed 13 Little Blue Envelopes by Maureen Johnson. “Overall, this book was an easy, enjoyable read although there were many things I didn’t like.”

        The Bookologist reviewed Violet Wings by Victoria Hanley. “Hanley developes an adventure full of magical creatures. I cannot wait for the sequel to this book.”

        Kate at Read This Book reviewed The Everafter by Amy Huntley. The Everafter makes you appreciate the most insignificant moments in life and it will warm your heart, leaving readers satisfied after they closed the book.

        Bookworm Readers reviewed Eyes Like Stars by Lisa Mantchev. “The creativity and originality of this story also blew me away–I could picture the theater and all of its colorful characters perfectly in my head.”

        Carol of Book-Lover Carol reviewed The Sky Always Hears Me: And the Hills Don’t Mind by Kirstin Cronn-Mills. Overall, The Sky Always Hears Me: And the Hills Don’t Mind was a realistic portrayal of a teenage girl’s life and her quest to discover herself. While the big secret was anti-climatic, it was original. Kirstin Cronn-Mills wrote a wonderful debut that must be on everyone’s must-read pile.

        Melanie of Melanie’s Musings reviewed When the Whistle Blows by Fran Cannon Slayton. “When the Whistle Blows has a lot of fun stories, from throwing cabbages at a car to Jimmy’s championship football game, but at its heart it’s a heartwarming story of a boy and his father, as well as a boy’s journey to becoming a man.”

        Mel of He Followed Me Home….Can I Keep Him reviewed Leviathan by Scott Westerfeld. “I can’t help but say how much I loved the art work, it added so much more to the reading experience.”


         New Reads:

        Released this Week:

         Cashing In by Susan Colebank
        Deadly Little Lies by Laurie Faria Stolarz
        The Betrayal of Natalie Hargrove by Lauren Kate
        Hazel: A Novel by Julie Hearn
        New in paperback:

        Deadly Little Secrets by Laurie Faria Stolarz
        Beautiful Americans by Lucy Silag
        I So Don’t do Mysteries by Barry Summy
        Dream Girl by Lauren Mechling


        Contests:

        Feel free to fill in your contest info in the Mister Linky.

        Please use the Mister Linky as instructed.
        Your Name: Put your prize here & deadline date!
        Your URL: Put a DIRECT link to your contest.


        Are you a blogger? Do you want to be included in YAC? Shoot me an email with your blog url. Do not send individual links to reviews. I have a folder in my Google Reader called YAC. Posts are chosen at random. Please use the subject: YAC.

        Are you an author that has an event coming up? Let me know and I can mention it on a future post of YAC!

        Have a suggestion of something you’d like to see on YAC? Or something you’ve seen that you’d like me to include every time, let me know.

        Thanks! Have a great weekend!

        11/07/09



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        YA Connection (Nov. 1-7)

        November 1-7, 2009

        The YA Connection is a collaborative column that was originally started by Kristi (The Story Siren) and Steph (Reviewer X). Steph is currently on a extended hiatus, so I’m swinging it solo for the time being. In it can be found links from around the YA blogosphere, including, but not limited to, contests links, author blog links, review links, and miscellaneous news pertaining to the age group.

        Author Musings:

        Alexandra Bracken (Brightly Woven) has some advice for bloggers. I thought it was a really insightful post, it’s nice to be able to see from the perspective of an author. 

        Jackson Pearce (As You Wish) had an excellent vlog about using the “F Bomb”

        Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl‘s Beautiful Creatures has it’s very own website and Ning Group! The official BC site is really cool!

        Maggie Stiefvater released the cover for Linger, the sequel to Shiver. Along with the first paragraph(s) of the story. I CAN’T WAIT!

        Malinda Lo (Ash) is heading to the east coats for some author events! You can check out her events page for all the official information.

        Lisa McMann (Fade) is hosting her 2nd Annual Freaking Huge Contest of Thanks. Which should really be called the 2nd Annual Freaking Huge Contest of Awesome.

        Rachel Vincent shares a peek of My Soul to Save! A little advice: You probably won’t want to read this if you haven’t read the first novel in the series My Soul to Take.

        You should join the Facebook Fan page for Courtney Summers. Just do it, you’ll thank me later. Speaking of Courtney Summers (Cracked Up To Be) she has this awesome post about writing a novel that has mean girls.

        Check out these awesome author group blogs:


        Blogger Blurbs:

        Kelsey of The Book Scout reviewed How to Say Goodbye in Robot by Natalie Standiford. “It was well written, unique, and the cover is great, too.”

        Samantha of Harlequin Twilight’s Book Blog reviewed Ash by Malinda Lo. “I found myself hoping for a sequel in a story that doesn’t need one, just because I wanted to spend more time with the characters and spend more time in this world that Malinda has created.”

        The Compulsive Reader reviewed Break by Hannah Moskowitz. “Hannah Moskowitz’s debut novel is startling, blunt, and complete absorbing.”

        Lori of Pure Imagination reviewed The Maze Runner by James Dashner. “Overall I just flat out loved this book. I think you will too.”

        Drea of Book Blather reviewed Little Black Lies by Tish Cohen. “I really liked Little Black Lies. It was a quick read that was very hard to put down.”

        Diana of The Book Resort is hosting a Tenners Extravaganza!

        Forever Young Adult review Going Bovine by Libba Bray. “I really enjoyed reading this book.  I mean, I didn’t Learn A Big Life Lesson or anything (other than “living your life is a good idea; being a slacker sucks,” but I had already learned that from pretty much every teen movie ever made), but Libba Bray kept me laughing, and guessing, and caring.”

        Flip the Page! Book Reviews reviewed The Everafter by Amy Huntley. “This whole book was one big mystery. You never knew what was happening or how Maddy got there.”

        Nicole of WORD for Teens reviewed Leviathan by Scott Westerfeld. “It’s not that Leviathan is a bad book. It’s got a brilliantly designed concept executed with interesting characters. For some strange reason, though, it’s just not up to par with Westerfeld’s other books.”

        McKenzie of The Book Owl reviewed The Long Wait for Tomorrow by Joaquin Dorfman. “The idea was interesting, but it lacked the proper execution. I constantly found myself confused.”


        Contests:

        Feel free to fill in your contest info in the Mister Linky.

        Please use the Mister Linky as instructed.
        Your Name: Put your prize here & deadline date!
        Your URL: Put a DIRECT link to your contest.


        Do you want to be included in YAC? Shoot me an email with your blog url. I have a folder in my Google Reader called YAC. Posts are chosen at random. Please use the subject: YAC.

        Are you an author that has an event coming up? Let me know and I can mention it on a future post of YAC!

        Have a suggestion of something you’d like to see on YAC? Or something you’ve seen that you’d like me to include every time, let me know.

        Thanks! Have a great weekend!

        10/31/09



        News

        YA Connection (Oct. 24-31)

        October 24-31, 2009
        Happy Halloween!

        The YA Connection is a collaborative column that was originally started by Kristi (The Story Siren) and Steph (Reviewer X). Steph is currently on a extended hiatus, so I’m swinging it solo for the time being. In it can be found links from around the YA blogosphere, including, but not limited to, contests links, author blog links, review links, and miscellaneous news pertaining to the age group.

        Author Musings:

        2010 Debut Author Jessica Leader (Nice and Mean) has a website!

        Diana Peterfreund (Rampant) examines college admissions and ultimately reveals that a publishing is a novel is not a stunt to get into your choice of an Ivy league school. It’s an excellent post for young writers!

        Over on the MTV Blog authors, Stephanie Kuehnert (Ballads of Suburbia) & Jan Blazanin (Fairest of them All) share where they write!

        Stacey Jay (Undead Much) shares pics from her Books, Blood and Bones signing. It looks like she had a great time, and what fun pictures!

        I have two Cover Stories from Melissa Walker‘s (Lovestruck Summer) blog! Never Cry Werewolf by Heather Davis and Goth Girl Rising by Barry Lyga!

        Mari Mancusi (Bad Blood) got to meet R.L. Stine and I’m totally jealous. I still have all my Goosebumps books from elementary school.

        Check out the Live Twitter Chat with Lisa McMann (Gone)! It’s Tuesday, November 3!

        Cyn Balog (Fairy Tale) just released the title of her new novel FEVER! What’s even more strange is that Hot Blooded popped on my iTunes as I am writing this…. “feel a fever burning inside of me!” Weird.

        If you haven’t seen this and are a reviewer, you should definetly check it out. Megan Frazer (Secrets of Truth & Beauty) is doing a series (?) on her blog entitled: Reviewers are People, Too and part two: Reviewers are People, Too Part Two: Don’t Stalk Them.


        Blogger Blurbs:

        Lauren from Shooting Stars Mag has an idea. She’s needing some blogging voices. Head over there and share your two cents.

        For all you bloggers out there that are still worried about the whole FTC thing, A Chair, A Fireplace and a Tea Cozy, shares a link to an excellent post that you will want to check out.

        Natalie of Mindful Musings reviewed her favorite Halloween book: The Devouring by Simon Holt. “The book was very well-written and suspenseful, and kept me turning pages the entire time.”

        Sara of The Hiding Spot reviewed Possessions by Nancy Holder. “Possessions was a quick, creepy read that I liked overall, but I felt lacked depth in some aspects.”

        Reggie of The Undercover Book Lover reviewed Never Bite a Boy on the First Date by Tamara Summers. “Everything is perfect and the plot, the characters, the writing, makes for an vamptastic and romantically amazing novel!”

        Donna of Bites reviewed Vampire Beach by Alex Duval. ” What a yawn fest. I’d recommend these for a beach read but, in all honesty, I don’t even think they’re worth that.”

        Book Chick City reviewed The Reformed Vampire Support Group by Catherine Jinks. “This is definitely a fun read.”

        Lea of YA Book Queen reviewed The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carry Ryan. “I enjoyed the dilemmas between Love and Commitment. I just wanted to smack some sense into a few people, though.”

        Jo of Once Upon a Bookcase reviewed Carpe Corpus by Rachel Caine. “Compared to the other novels in the series, there is a lot more build up to the action and fighting at the beginning of the book, but that doesn’t make this book any less amazing.”


        In Other News:

        The WICKED series by Nancy Holder & Debbie Viguie has been acquired by Dreamworks for FILM RIGHTS. Brothers Aaron and Matthew Benay, who have written the script for Pixar and Warner Bros.’ 1906 (2012 release), have signed on to write the Wicked adaptation based on their own pitch, with The Gotham Group on board to produce.

        Are you doing NaNoWriMo? I’ve signed up myself, but I’m not sure if I’ll be a “winner” but I’m going to participate anway. Wish me luck!


        Contests:

        Feel free to fill in your contest info in the Mister Linky.

        Please use the Mister Linky as instructed.
        Your Name: Put your prize here & deadline date!
        Your URL: Put a DIRECT link to your contest.




        Do you want to be included in YAC? Shoot me an email with your blog url. I have a folder in my Google Reader called YAC. Posts are chosen at random. Please use the subject: YAC.

        Are you an author that has an event coming up? Let me know and I can mention it on a future post of YAC!

        Have a suggestion of something you’d like to see on YAC? Or something you’ve seen that you’d like me to include every time, let me know.

        Thanks! Have a great weekend! and HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!!

        10/24/09



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        YA Connection (Oct. 17-23)

        October 17-23, 2009


        The YA Connection is a collaborative column that was originally started by Kristi (The Story Siren) and Steph (
        Reviewer X). Steph is currently on a extended hiatus, so I’m swinging it solo for the time being. In it can be found links from around the YA blogosphere, including, but not limited to, contests links, author blog links, review links, and miscellaneous news pertaining to the age group.

        Author Musings

        L.K. Madigan
        (Flash Burnout) is hosting a contest for a good cause. The prize you can be a character in her next novel. Even cooler, is that it’s a mermaid novel!

        Nina LaCour (Hold Still) will be doing an author event at Borders in San Francisco, which will be streaming LIVE on the POV site on October 28th, at 7 PM Pacific time. It’s just like being there!

        Mandy Hubbard (Prada & Prejudice) made a HUGE announcement.

        Lesley Livingston (Wondrous Strange) showed off the Spanish edition of WS. It is beautiful!

        Here is an update about the FTC guidelines for bloggers by Jennifer Hubbard. Liz of A Chair, A Fireplace and Tea Cozy also has an excellent post about the FTC guidelines as presented at KidLitCon.

        Danielle Jospeh (Shrinking Violet) shares when and where she likes to write.

        I Love, Melissa Walker’s (Lovestruck Summer) Cover Stories! This week she has P.C. Cast‘s Elphame’s Choice and Brighid’s Quest!

        Don’t forget next month is NaNoWriMo!!


        Blogger Blurbs

        Sarah of Sarah’s Random Musings review Hold Still by Nina LaCour.”Hold Still is one of those books that you have to think about. It is so strong and it is hard to tell if you like it.”

        Lori of Pure Imagination reviewed The Devouring by Simon Holt. “The Vours were scary! The beginning of the book read like a horror movie and I was pretty creeped out.”

        Sara of The Hiding Spot reviewed Silver Phoenix by Cindy Pon. “…Silver Phoenix had a stunning blend of magic, romance, humor, and action!”

        Adele of Persnickety Snark reviewed Willow by Julia Hoban. “It’s a honest, strong and unflinching exploration of a grief stricken girl – who just happens to self-harm.”

        Dannie of Opinionated? Me? reviewed The Monstrumologist by Rick Yancey. “And that’s exactly what it is: Gothic. From the scenery to the dark subject matter to the time period, and even to the characters.”

        Sab of Crystal Reviews reviewed WTF by Peter Lerangis. “The writing was awesome. The characters were cool, I felt I was watching a really fun movie.”

        Steph of Juiciliciousss Reviews reviewed The Waking: Dreams of the Dead by Thomas Randall. “A very well-written novel that incorporates the Japanese culture and a very typical and ordinary horror story.”

        Yan of Books By Their Cover reviewed The Lonely Hearts Club by Elizabeth Eulberg. “Small and cute that doesn’t pack much a pow or wow.”

        Sharon of Sharon Loves Books and Cats reviewed The Naughty List by Suzanne Young. “The Naughty List is one of the most adorable books I have ever read.”

        Lenore of Presenting Lenore reviewed My Invented Life by Lauren Bjorkman. “Even though the story can be messy at times and it can be confusing to tell what is invented and what is real, I think it would be a great read for Shakespeare enthusiasts (for the Shakespearean insults alone), the drama crowd, and those interested in GLBT lit.”

        Leave A Mark is BACK! Leave a Mark is an awesome site that was created by Lauren of Shooting Stars Mag and Chelsea of The Page Flipper. All proceeds from Leave A Mark benefit First Book!

        Cindy of Princess Bookie has a ton of Read-A-Thon contests going on right now!


        Released This Week:

        Tempted: A House of Night Novel by P.C. & Kristin Cast
        Lockdown: Escape from Furnace by Alexander Gordon Smith
        Dragonfly by Julia Golding
        Nothing Like You by Lauren Strasnick


        Charmed and Dangerous: The Rise of the Pretty Committee (prequel) by Lisi Harrison
        The Espressologist by Kristina Springer
        Flash Burnout by L.K. Madigan
        Destiny’s Path by Frewin Jones


        Angels Lie by Melissa de la Cruz
        Hold Still by Nina LaCour
        Front and Center by Catherine Gilbert Murdosk
        The Other Side of Blue by Valerie O. Patterson



        Contests:

        Feel free to fill in your contest info in the Mister Linky.

        Please use the Mister Linky as instructed.
        Your Name: Put your prize here & deadline date!
        Your URL: Put a DIRECT link to your contest.


        In Other News:

        Have a young adult novel—or a YA novel idea—tucked away for a rainy day? Are you putting off pitching your idea simply because you’re not sure how to pitch an agent? No problem! All you have to do is submit the first 250 words of your novel and you can win both exposure to editors, and a one-on-one chat with one of New York’s TOP literary agents Regina Brooks.

        Regina Brooks is the founder of Serendipity Literary Agency and the author of Writing Great Books for Young Adults. Brooks has been instrumental at establishing and building the careers of many YA writers, including three-time National Book Award Honoree and Michael Printz Honoree Marilyn Nelson, as well as Sundee Frazier—a Coretta Scott King Award winner, an Oprah Book Pick and an Al Roker book club selection. As an agent, she is known for her ability to turn raw talent into successful authors.

        ADDITIONALLY: The top 20 submissions will all be read by a panel of five judges comprised of top YA editors at Random House, HarperCollins, Harlequin, Sourcebooks and Penguin. All 20 will receive free autographed copies of Writing Great Books for Young Adults by Regina Brooks. Of the 20, they will pick the top five submissions and provide each author with commentary. ONE Grand Prize Winner will win a free 10-week writing course courtesy of the Gotham Writer’s Workshop.

        • Please submit all entries via the contest website at http://www.writingclasses.com/ContestPages/YAPitch.php.
        • One entry per person; anyone age 13+ can apply.
        • Open to the U.S. & Canada (void where prohibited).
        • Entries for the YA Novel Discovery Contest will be accepted from 12:01am (ET) November 1 until 11:59pm (ET),


        NOVEMBER IS NaNoWriMo:

        In honor of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo.org)—an international event where aspiring novelists are encouraged to write an entire novel in 30 days—this contest is meant to encourage the aspiring YA author to get started on that novel by offering an incentive for completing the first 250 words.

        So apply now! http://bit.ly/1PYGaN

        JUDGING:
        YA literary agent Regina Brooks, along with editors at Sourcebooks, will read all of the entries and determine the top 20 submissions. These submissions will then be read by Dan Ehrenhaft, head Acquisitions Editor at Soucebooks Fire; Alisha Niehaus, Editor at Dial Books for Young Readers (Penguin); David Linker, Executive Editor at HarperCollins Children’s Books; Michele Burke, Editor at Knopf Books for Young Readers (Random House); and Evette Porter, Editor at Harlequin. These judges will whittle the top 20 down to four winners and a grand prize winner—all five will be provided commentary on their submissions.


        Do you want to be included in YAC? Shoot me an email with your blog url. I have a folder in my Google Reader called YAC. Posts are chosen at random. Please use the subject: YAC.

        Are you an author that has an event coming up? Let me know and I can mention it on a future post of YAC!

        Have a suggestion of something you’d like to see on YAC? Or something you’ve seen that you’d like me to include every time, let me know.

        Thanks! Have a great weekend!

        

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