Great review of PLAYING WITH MATCHES in German!

Posted on Thursday, 17th July, 2014

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Check it out at the Live. Love. Read. Blog

EVERYONE DIES review in STL Magazine

Posted on Thursday, 10th July, 2014

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Keystone Victory

Posted on Wednesday, 28th May, 2014

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Oh, and Pennsylvania also has marriage equality now. Thirty-one to go!

Oregon Trail

Posted on Monday, 19th May, 2014

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Congrats to Oregon for legalizing marriage equality! It’s just a victory after a victory these days, isn’t it?

VOYA MAGAZINE

Posted on Tuesday, 13th May, 2014

That’s Voice of Youth Advocates will be printing this great review of Everyone Dies in the End in their June issue:

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Seventeen-year-old Sherman Andrews is accepted into the Missouri Scholar’s Academy the summer before his senior year. Interested in journalism, he wants to become an award-winning investigative journalist within the next ten years. What better way to start this plan than by turning out an investigative gem for his summer project? He thus decides to delve into the historical documents in the basement of the Missouri Historical Society, and ably assisted by student librarian Charlie, he uncovers a dangerous secret that soon has them (and his Scooby Gang classmates) fighting for his life.

The novel opens with an attack on Reverend Gowen in Columbia, Missouri, on September 3, 1935. Written in italics, this narrative continues throughout the novel and is juxtaposed against Sherman’s investigation. In fact, it is Sherman’s investigation of this attack that draws the two narratives together and puts his life on the line when he comes up against a foe whose claim to demonic immortality makes him virtually unbeatable. Sherman’s interaction with the other students in his program should appeal to fans of school stories. His frantic struggle to survive against virtually unbeatable odds will have fans of urban fantasy and dark, dangerous mysteries on the edge of their seats. This is another extremely well written, satisfying young adult novel by the author of Playing with Matches (Random House, 2008/VOYA October 2008) and Almost Perfect.

Completely Useless By September

Posted on Friday, 9th May, 2014

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My friend Margo Dill has a new book out. It’s about the Chicago Cubs, but other than that, it’s great. Read my review here.

Malta Approves Same Sex Civil Unions

Posted on Tuesday, 15th April, 2014

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Yet another country takes a step toward equality.

Great review at Forever Young Adult

Posted on Friday, 28th March, 2014

Check out the great review of EVERYONE DIES IN THE END at Forever Young Adult.

EVERYONE DIES IN THE END now available everywhere!

Posted on Friday, 14th March, 2014

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You can buy either an ebook or a physical book now! What are you waiting for?

EVERYONE DIES e-book now available!

Posted on Tuesday, 11th March, 2014

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Buy it here from Amazon!