Category Archives: art

Cover Reveal: Lisa Maxwell’s Sweet Unrest

After spending the past week watching generous bloggers reveal the cover of my own book, I am super psyched to be able to show off someone else’s. And so… (insert respectful and eerie silence here) … presenting: Sweet Unrest by D.C.-area … Continue reading

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Cover up!

No, not a coverup. I mean the cover is UP. Almost… This week — tomorrow, in fact — we’re unveiling the cover of Dream Boy, a YA novel co-authored by me and my friend Mary Crockett. We are both super … Continue reading

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Bitty (in art and sculpture)

Bitty, my main character from Canary in the Coal Mine, was lucky enough to have his likeness captured artistically lately, by the kids at Swanson Middle School, where I spoke last month about historical fiction, and by my friend Sarah … Continue reading

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Here, there and everywhere

Where I am on the web: I just did a guest post on Fun With Words over at Pencil Tips so I thought I’d put the link here. Where I am physically: Back in Arlington after a whirlwind trip to … Continue reading

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National Book Festival

I was so happy Canary in the Coal Mine got to represent West Virginia at the National Book Festival this weekend in the Pavilion of States. Here’s a breakdown in pictures.                   … Continue reading

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