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BEA 2012: Update

February 22, 2012

As many of you know, I’ll be attending the Book Expo for the first time this year and I’ll be signing books at Pendrell Publishing’s booth. So, here are a couple of items to keep in mind if you want to swing by and say hello while at the event: Booth: 2054 Day: Thursday, June 7, 2012* *This is the day I’ll be at the booth signing books. In general,…

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Upcoming Events

January 4, 2012

Hey, everyone. Here’s a quick update on where you can find me this year. Event: Epic ConFusionWhen: January 20-22, 2012Where: Detroit Merriot in Troy, MichiganWhat: Sci-fi/Fantasy convention that offers a variety of programs, including panel discussions with authors (Patrick Rothfuss, Jim C. Hines, Carrie Harris, Merrie Haskell, etc…), comic programs, music performances, and more. I will be participating in a few panels, as well as an autographing session on Sunday. For…

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Want To Meet Ilsa Bick?

September 9, 2011

Do you like zombies? Pizza? Meeting awesome authors? Then the Eastwood (Lansing, MI) Schuler Books’ pizza party for Ilsa Bick and her YA novel, Ashes, is the event for you! When: Monday, September 12th at 5:00 pm Where: Schuler Books — Eastwood Towne Center 2820 Towne Center Blvd.Lansing, Michigan 48912 http://www.schulerbooks.com/event/pizza-party-release-ashes-award-winning-author-ilsa-bick-eastwood https://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=131131236979454…

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My Launch Signing

August 22, 2011

First and foremost, I would like to thank everyone who came out to see me at my first book signing. A bunch of my blogger/twitter friends came to see me, so it was awesome to have them there in the crowd, which is where I normally am. 🙂 A bunch of other friends and family came, too, plus people I didn’t even know! Awesome, right? I was told there…

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Lauren Oliver Signing

May 23, 2011

This post is really late, but oh well. As you all know, Lauren Oliver’s Delirium is a book that attacked my heart. It’s beautifully tragic, the writing is lyrical, and the story affected me so much that I wrote a song. (Delirium, the Official Song) Technically, I wrote the song before reading the book, but I was so captivated by the premise and what I had heard about…

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Dark Days of Supernatural Tour: Chicago

March 20, 2011

I spent most of my weekend in a car, but it was for a good reason. I was fortunate enough to go to the Dark Days of Supernatural tour in Chicago and met so many bloggers! Before the signing, a bunch of bloggers were meeting up to eat dinner and it was amazing to meet new faces! I remember most of their names, but not all, so I’m…

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Courtney’s EPIC Launch Party

February 21, 2011

I had the lovely opportunity to attend Courtney Allison Moulton’s launch party for her book, Angelfire, which is made of awesome…as is she. I’m a Michigander and I’m always thrilled to be able to go author events because we don’t have too many, especially for fellow Michiganders. 🙂 I had met Courtney back in September at the Anderson’s Young Adult Literature Conference, so I was really excited to…

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7th Annual YA Lit Conference Recap: Part Two

September 30, 2010

After the first autographing session and lunch, Charles Benoit gave a wonderful speech about his writing, which involved hilarious and sentimental/touching stories about his mother. He had the whole room laughing and even possibly crying at the end. His presentation was a great way to start off the second half of the conference. My dad and I attended the Supernatural Panel, which featured Claudia Gray, Nancy Holder, Sophie…

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7th Annual YA Lit Conference Recap: Part One

September 27, 2010

I had the extreme fortune and pleasure of attending the 7th Annual Young Adult Literature Conference in Naperville, IL this weekend. The lovely people at Anderson’s Bookshops ran the conference and it was kindly hosted by the Hotel Arista (pretty swanky hotel). I must thank the people who ran the conference for making it such a wonderful and fun event! This was not only my first Anderson’s conference,…