Guest post: Series Playlist by Jus Acardo, author of ALPHA, Book 3 in The Infinity Division Series

If there was a soundtrack for my life, it’d be diverse. Everything from Elvis – I can’t help falling in love with you to Five Finger Death Punch – Battle Born. Other than books—and food—music is my thing. Oh. And animals. And the outdoors… I have a lot of things. When I think about my … Continue reading Guest post: Series Playlist by Jus Acardo, author of ALPHA, Book 3 in The Infinity Division Series

Guest Post: Top Ten by Lauren Baratz-Logsted, author of ZOMBIE ABBEY

MY TOP 10…FAVORITE WORDS! Being a former sort-of librarian myself, and being given the opportunity to post about something on The Librarian Talks, what else would I talk about? Words! 10. That – OK, maybe it’s cheating to put that here, but it must be my favorite since I overuse it in all of my … Continue reading Guest Post: Top Ten by Lauren Baratz-Logsted, author of ZOMBIE ABBEY

Interview: Lisa Brown Roberts, author of SPIES, LIES, AND ALLIES

Why did you choose to write in your particular field or genre? I love writing about teens because I vividly remember how it felt to be on the cusp of everything. When you’re a teen, life is full of possibility and everything seems possible. You aren’t yet weighed down by adult responsibilities, for the most … Continue reading Interview: Lisa Brown Roberts, author of SPIES, LIES, AND ALLIES

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  Leaving Everest by Megan Westfield About the Book: Twenty-year-old Emily Winslowe has had an adventurous upbringing. Daughter of a Himalayan mountain guide, she has climbed Mount Everest and other peaks most Americans only dream of. But for all her mountaineering prowess, she's lacking some key experiences. Namely, guys. Especially one guy in particular—Luke Norgay, … Continue reading Entangled Embrace New Releases!

Interview: Chris Cannon, author of THE DATING DEBATE

Why did you choose to write in your particular field or genre? I write YA because I think everyone can remember what high school was like. For most people it’s like running an obstacle course, trying to get through four years in what is literally an institution so you can move on with your life … Continue reading Interview: Chris Cannon, author of THE DATING DEBATE

Interview: Jaime Questell, Author of BY A CHARM AND A CURSE

Where did your love of books/storytelling/reading/writing/etc. come from? My family has always fostered my love of reading. I remember practically inhaling books when I was a kid, and I was never told no if I asked for more. I know that my love of reading led to my love of writing. How long have you … Continue reading Interview: Jaime Questell, Author of BY A CHARM AND A CURSE

Special Feature: Top Ten by Tawny Stokes, author of LIONS AND TIGERS AND BOYS

My Top 10 Female Characters in Pop Culture of Last Year By Tawny Stokes A big part of writing Lions and Tigers and Boys involved creating the character of Dani Gale, who I hope readers will love as much as I do. With that thought in mind, I thought I’d share with The Librarian Talks’ … Continue reading Special Feature: Top Ten by Tawny Stokes, author of LIONS AND TIGERS AND BOYS

Excerpt: ASSASSIN OF TRUTHS by Brenda Drake

Excerpt from Assassin of Truths: A high wizard back in medieval times had created the beasts by sewing animal parts to four slain warriors and connecting them with one soul. The beings were frightening and haunted my dreams. One creature resembled a lion with a cleft lip and claw-like hands. Another had a boar’s head … Continue reading Excerpt: ASSASSIN OF TRUTHS by Brenda Drake

Interview: Sara Baysinger, author of THE VANISHING SPARK OF DUSK

Why did you choose to write in your particular field or genre? I only read adult fiction in high school, so when I sat down to write The Vanishing Spark of Dusk, I wanted to write *that* book that I always wanted to read. When I started shopping this story around, the main feedback I … Continue reading Interview: Sara Baysinger, author of THE VANISHING SPARK OF DUSK