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Dying to Meet You (43 Old Cemetery Road, Book One) Dying to Meet You, by Kate Klise Trailer by Charlyn Trussell, of Round Rock, Texas. I think I'll call him (or her) Shadow after Seymour's cat in Dying to Meet You. If you like book trailers, check out this one for our new series, Three-Ring. This Pin was discovered by Berardino. Discover (and save!) your own Pins on Pinterest.
Shahana, a young girl living in war-torn Kashmir. June '5 years ago, I died. Song of the Slums Published: May An absorbing, page-turning story about fame, changing fortunes and music, set in an alternative Victorian world, from the brilliant creator of Worldshaker. The Mystery of the Golden Card: May Magical twins, mystery and danger, unexplained events, and an Evil that refuses to be contained. Twins Jack and Jaide are troubletwisters and in this book they must use their elusive Gifts to search Rourke Castle for the mysterious Golden Card of Translocation.
Song for a Scarlet Runner Published: April The fantastic story of a young girl who must run for her life because she has brought bad luck to her village.
Classic adventure-fantasy by an author with a fabulous and original storytelling voice.
The Debt Instalment Three Published: March Book three of a high-octane thriller series. Dom has four more Herculean tasks to perform. In this instalment he has to find a valuable and mysterious piece of technology. Turn off the Lights: The Debt Instalment Two Published: February Book two of a high-octane thriller series.
Dom has five more Herculean tasks to perform. The Debt Instalment One Published: January Book one of a high-octane thriller series. Fifteen-year-old Dom is cast out of his comfortable life in the Gold Coast's Halcyon Grove when he inherits an ancient debt.
Now, he has six Herculean tasks to perform October There is no getting away from the past.
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The picture on the far right is how it looks now, after several months of killing weeds and fescue and burning dead leaves. I had so many burn piles going last week, I felt like Laura Ingalls Wildfire! I'll pick up my prairie seeds next week and plant them in February, before a big snowfall.
Oh, and see the barn in the distance? A mysterious black cat moved in there recently. Klise, Klise, and Klise.
I was only calling on someone to share an idea for a book. Sarah Klise Carrot Cake, Anyone? Together, we worked with the K-3 crowd to create two stories.
Then, Sarah and I split up. Then, Sarah led the way. If your school or library wants to cook up a similar day, just email us. We'll be happy to compare calendars and carrot cake recipes.
The lovely librarian Natalie Watts did. Sssssssssssssan Antonio, Texassssssssssssss You're not going to believe what was in the Huebner Elementary School library yesterday. You know how I feel about snakes. He claimed he had the Meanest Mother on Earth and sold one hundred tickets to see her. Because she had the audacity to insist that he clean his playroom. You can probably guess who comes to Little Rabbit's rescue in the end.
As everyone knows, football is BIG in Texas. But you know what else is big? Isn't that a lovely tradition? I write books using a screen. I watch Netflix movies on a screen.
But when I want to read for pleasure, as I do most nights, I read good old-fashioned books on paper. This article explained why low-tech is still my go-to tech of choice for pleasure reading. That's my favorite stat of the season! Want to hear something awful and embarrassing? A pack rat moved into my log barn this summer. The bold creature chewed through the wires of my lawn mower.
White, who wrote Charlotte's Web after watching a spider in his barn. So I started writing about the rat. When I visit schools, I always teach kids and teachers my strategy for outlining a book like this. Onward, brave and creative friends. I recently heard this interview with director James Cameron, who had this advice for aspiring filmmakers and again, I think it's great advice for all of us: NASA has this phrase they like: Whatever you're doing, failure is an option, but fear is not.
That's me, pictured right, with my pal Amelia at her fifth birthday party. It's a proven medical fact. Nature makes everyone feel better! And who knew how good it was for us? Read all about it here.
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Hope you like it! Now it's the public library. They repurposed the wooden prayer benches to build bookcases. And, because Provincetown has such a long and illustrious seafaring history, guess what you'll find on the second floor of the library?
Next door to the library is Queset House, the former home of various Ames family members, and my home sweet home for the month of August.
I had no idea I had an Ames tool in my shed.
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Fall is clearly in the air. I was in Newport, Rhode Island, yesterday, where even the birdhouses are beautiful. Doesn't this look like the kind of birdhouse Olive C.
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Take a look at this place. Come one, come all! You can catch the real Mimsy most days during story times. The schedule is available right here. Ghostwriter in Residence I'm having such a blast this month visiting libraries around Massachusetts and Rhode Island. I kinda like the idea, especially because a I can't think of any better way to spend my retirement years, and b I'm already looking a bit ghostlike, as you can see in this photo.
It's just about the coolest thing ever. Check out the schedule here. I'd also love to see you at one of my writing workshops. Scroll down a bit and you'll find my workshop schedule for the month. And this is only my fourth day here!
What a fun gig. I may never leave. Did I mention the house I'm living in is reportedly haunted? I'm planning to visit a few English-speaking International schools in Tokyo and Kobe and spend the rest of the time exploring.
If you've been to Japan and have any tips for me of things I shouldn't miss seeing or doing, please email me. But yesterday would've been a funny day to have someone in an official capacity search my vehicle.
Because there, in the way back, that official someone would've found ten live carp. I bought them at Raccoon Valley Fisheries. Grass carp are great for cleaning country ponds, and that's what I hope these fellas will do for my pond. It's called Regarding the Sink. It was nice of him to suggest I have anything new to say on the subject.
But we both really love books about writing. He and his sidekick, Nick, drove all the way from St. Do you see how this all sounds similar to writing and, um, life, too? I just read the paragraphs above and deleted the word "that" in three places.