Google Alerts Round-Up

>> Monday, December 15, 2008

Time for another vanity check, courtesy of Google Alerts:

I give some advice on writing for young readers in an interview over at Novel Journey. has made Something Rotten their book of the month for December.

The Christian Science Monitor has named Something Wicked one of its ten Best Children's Books of 2008.

Carol Moyer of Quail Ridge Books in Raleigh also recommends Something Wicked this holiday season on the Southern Independent Booksellers Association blog.

Pam Mingle suggests the gift of Samurai Shortstop for boys and girls who might like a little seppuku under the tree this holiday.

And over at author friend Ally Carter's blog, the announcement that I will be participating in an online chat with a reading group made up of her fans over the holidays! More info about this coming soon to a Gratz Industries blog near you...


Michael Kline December 15, 2008 at 10:01 PM  

Dear Mr. 300, You won't believe it (but I'll tell you anyway) that the word verification for this very comment is "stench" which rhymes with trench and also describes 'something rotten". Well what was I going to say? Oh, were speaking of vanities and I was thinking of license plates. Way to go trench man! Could trench man be the long lost super hero of the Mystery Men? There must have been something in all of that Australian cuisine at the Montessori School tonight. My head is spinning.

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