The blog tour rolls on to Write All the Words. I write about the inspiration behind Nobody’s Secret. Check out my guest blog.
I took a stab at this topic on the YABookshelf as part of the Blog Tour. Melissa asked me to tackle this topic and it was surprisingly hard! Check out the post here.
Having left Middle Grade Mafioso — I”m headed to YA Bookshelf for an insightful review of Nobody’s Secret. Melissa talks about Emily’s narrative voice and her authorial voice. And suggests that Nobody’s Secret is a perfect way to be introduced to Emily’s poetry. I have to agree!
One of Emily’s poems —
Michael at Middle Grade Mafioso has graciously offered to kick off the blog tour with an interview and a giveaway! Please visit and leave a comment to win a copy of Nobody’s Secret!
Here’s Michael — or the “Blogfather!”
Tomorrow — the YA Bookshelf!
Join me and 90 (yes 90!) other authors at the Hudson Children’s Book Festival on Saturday from 10 – 4. For more information check out their website.
Jennifer Brown, editor at Shelf Awareness, did an interview with me a few months ago about Nobody’s Secret. Her questions were so smart that she made me feel smart for writing a book that inspired such clever questions! The review just came out and Nobody’s Secret has another star. I’m so pleased. This novel was a departure for me. It was my first mystery and I knew I was playing with fire by borrowing Emily Dickinson as my “detective.” Jennifer got the concept and liked it. Call me grateful and humble today!
For the month of April, Chronicle is making Prisoners in the Palace one of their “Eye Candy” deals. Get a great price on Prisoners in the Palace ebook and a lot of other terrific books from my publisher. Click here!
An Amelia Bloomer Award is for contributions to feminist literature. I couldn’t be more proud of Beryl! Here’s the link.
Come to Shelton and see me and 20 other authors at the First Annual Southwestern Connecticut Youth Book Expo on Saturday, October 15th. There will entertainment of the kids and of course, we’ll all be signing books. A special shout out to Dorothy Sim-Broder, the owner of Written Words Bookstore in Shelton, for putting it all together!