Anyway, none of that is important, except to say that this week I'll be back full-force with my usual blogging schedule. And also that, even though I wasn't writing posts, I was still reading yours. So here are some highlights from the last TWO weeks! (It's like a super fun bonus Sunday Funday!)
I can't even tell you how amazing Call me Tahereh's blog is. Seriously. The whole thing is just totally awesome. For your consideration, I present "How to Tell Your Parents You're
The First Novels Club has a phenomenal series going on where they highlight various archetypes in YA lit - the BFF, the parent, etc. Their most recent post highlights the ones we love to hate - the villains!
Steph Su tells us why she loves the YA community.
The YA-5 asked a group of teens which authors they would most like to meet - and I was definitely surprised by the answers.
The soon-to-be-published Lori Roy tells a story of how she has to read her book again and again before submitting the final to the publisher.
As Elana Johnson notes, us writers are always telling non-writers what they need to know about us. But what do writers need to know about non-writers? Elana fills us in.
Are you ready for the YA-SAT? It's the biggest standardized test for YA-aficionados! Head on over to the YA Highway and find out if you know your stuff.
Hope everyone had a great day!