And she is releasing more zombies on the world! In her latest, My So-Called Death, is the story of freshman Karen Vera. One second, Karen’s on top of the most fabulous cheer pyramid ever. The next, she’s lying on the
Stacey Jay is the author of last year’s zombie comedy You Are So Undead to Me. This year’s she’s back with two more zombie books starting off with Undead Much?, which came out in January. She’s here today to talk
Once you’ve done a panel presentation with someone while wearing a tiara, well, let’s just say it’s a bonding experience. That’s Erin Dionne, Deva Fagan, and me at the Bar Harbor Book Festival last fall. Today I’m catching up with
Two blog posts in one day after weeks of silence! Sometimes I share some of my admirations and influences. Well, I thought it would be interesting and informative to ask some other writers about their admirations and influences from other
I really, really wanted a Google wave invite. Then when I finally got one, I didn’t know what to do with it. Some of the folks at the school where I work and I are going to try to think
I did a very lovely interview with Kate from Read This Book! (well, she was lovely — you’ll have to decide for yourself about me), which is now posted on her blog. There are also instructions for how you can
Alexa Martin Pruit and I interviewed our editor, Emily Schultz, and it’s up on our agent’s blog. Emily has some interesting insight into the acquisitions and editorial process, so take a look!