No, that's not a typo.
Ally Carter, the New York Times bestselling author of the Gallagher Girls series, whose I'd Tell You I Love You But Then I'd Have to Kill You has been optioned by Walden Media, who is represented by the awesome Kristen Nelson of Pub Rants (www.pubrants.blogspot.com), is stopping by here next week.
Ally will be talking about her own espionage, how she reacted to the NYT news and her advice for us teen writers. I can't wait, you can't wait, it's a state of perpetual agitation. Next Saturday: remember.
There's no report card for writing except for your resume, and resumes don't usually call to make sure you've done your homework. Keep yourself up to task.
Don't write a review with the mindset of "I'm writing a review." Write it with the mindset of "I'm writing my thoughts of this book." Your personal thoughts are the unique thing that only you have to offer. It's what makes you different from all the other reviewers out there. - Miss Erin, www.misserinmarie.blogspot.comRead whatever you like. It doesn't have to come from a reviewing program, agent, or publisher; it came be from your library. All that matters is that it's a book. - The Book Muncher, www.thebookmuncher.blogspot.com