Yes, Jemima Pett is interviewed on the blog today. There’ll be a wide range of topics, mainly because some things happening in the real world at present require comment. But I hope you enjoy it. First question: why Jemima? What?
Galileo’s Theme Park is an anthology, part of Third Flatiron’s series. They call for submissions about three times a year. You can see future calls, as well as past publications at their website here. Galileo’s Theme Park ed Juliana Rew
Curved Space for Corsair is out at last! Yes, today the second book in my Viridian System series launches on all ereader platforms. There are some details, and excerpt, and a bit about me (in case you’d like to share
Updating my biography was a topic I promised when it came to J for Jemima. But Tuesdays used to be when I did haikus and I promised some during the A to Z Theme Reveal. I like doing haiku, although
Well, today V hits Viridium, the spur for my world-building theme for this year’s A to Z. I have a detailed description here which is an edited version of that on the Viridian system website. Then I’ve answered my own question
Seven stories, seven situations threatening the festivities. Will the holidays be a disaster? Will families be left out in the cold? Will there be tears before bedtime, or will there be happy endings all round? The MG BookElves group brings
I was reading through and discovered I had never really talked about the first book, The Princelings of the East, in the blog itself. And since I’ve signed up for the KidsLit Blog Hop, I thought this would be a
I’m George, and I decided to interview Jemima when we were on our way back from interviewing Ludo. That’s because we were camping by the side of the river where the flying machine was moored for our overnight stop, and