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Monthly Archives: May 2011
OK, here’s the deal: I have a signed, annotated beautiful glossy hardcover available to one lucky winner. (there’s a special story about that 4-leafed clover) This contest is open internationally and runs from Tuesday May 24 until Wednesday June 1 … Continue reading
So my interview got moved up to today for the Dystopian Domination event. You can check it out here. My main character Lucy is interviewed and there’s a signed hardcover giveaway. And it’s open internationally! So stop on by before … Continue reading
Here’s the cover for the German edition of Ashes, Ashes being published in early July 2011 by Ars Edition. What do you think of it? It’s gloomy and monochromatic but I think it fits the mood of the book perfectly. … Continue reading
Super fun interview over at the Teens Read and Write blog with perfect illustrative photos and the all-important zombie apocalypse question. Head on over there and leave a comment!
Here’s a guest post I did over at the A Good Addiction book blog talking about where my characters came from for ASHES, ASHES. Thanks Kari for hosting me!
Here’s the link for the Teen Book Scene Blog Tour which starts May 16th and runs through May 26th. 5 book blogs are participating and there’ll be reviews, interviews and all kinds of fun stuff, so CHECK IT OUT!
Guest posts, interviews and lots of giveaways! May 12-28, 2011 Click on the banner above for redirection to the blog.
I’m close to my agent. We tease each other. I know about his family. And dog. He knows about my family. And dogs. He plans to come and stay on vacation some year. And I would love an excuse to … Continue reading
Some of you have probably had far too much “JO” recently but if you think you can stand a little more, here is the link to the interview I did with the fabulous Wayne Shepherd for the audio book of … Continue reading
I think this might be easier to download for most people than the Oasis Audio website link. This is Cassandra Campbell (she of the liquid voice and perfect enunciation) reading a big chunk of the first chapter. Here’s the link