Wrote two posts this week. One asked the question, "Is writing a form of escapism?" and the other asks "What is a poet?" - Please come and check it out, and leave comments if you like. I would appreciate any follows; I follow back. Thanks for your time and support! :)
Hi Haley. Just put my blog up. I'd love to follow you if you'll follow me. Thanks!
Planning on doing a write-a-thon in the summer- 80 days of writing. If you'd like to join in and do it too, or if you'd just like to read more about it - please visit my blog. I love followers and comments - they make my day. I follow back, so please leave your link. I appreciate all your support!
Hope to read you later!
This is such a great idea! Follow me and then I'll follow you:
Hi, Haley! I'm following your blog now and I left you a comment. I hope you'll check out my YA blog:http://kellyhashway.blogspot.com
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LINK FOR THE POST-- http://tourzdecodex.blogspot.com/2011/12/six-weeks-to-yehidah-by-melissa.html
GENRE OF BOOK – MIDDLE GRADE FICTION
PUBLICATION – ALL THINGS THAT MATTER PRESS
About Melissa Studdard:-
Melissa Studdard is the author of the bestselling novel Six Weeks to Yehidah, which also won the 2011 Forward National Literature Award for Middle Grade Chapter Books. She is also a professor, a book reviewer at-large for The National Poetry Review, a contributing editor for both Tiferet Journal and The Criterion, and the host of the radio interview program Tiferet Talk. As well, she is a member of many literary organizations, including the National Book Critics Circle and the Society of Childrens Book Writers and Illustrators.
She loves anything related to writing and reading, whether it's sitting alone with a book and a cup of hot tea, or attending a large poetry reading or literary festival. She also loves travelling, meditating, going for walks, bicycling, practicing yoga, and spending time with family.
She currently resides in Texas with her wonderful daughter and their four sweet but mischievous cats.
About Six Weeks to Yehidah:-
Move over, C.S. Lewis; Melissa Studdard is here! Annalise of the Verdant Hills is one of the most delightful protagonists to skip through the pages of literature since Dorothy landed in Oz. Join Annalise and her two walking, talking wondersheep as they travel to ever more outlandish places and meet outrageous and enlightening folk on their journey to discover interconnectedness in a seemingly disconnected world. Discover with them how just one person can be the start of the change we all strive for. A book for all ages, for all time: wonderful, wacky, and bursting with truth!
About My Yehidah:-
Bursting at the seams with joy and truth, My Yehidah leads you through one of the most important adventures you can take--the journey to the center of your very own self.
Filled with writing and drawing prompts and beautiful illustrations to color, this book is the perfect jump start for meaningful, creative exploration for people of all ages.
My Yehidah can be done alone or along the novel Six Weeks to Yehidah.
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I love your blog, Haley. It's so neat and tidy! I am now following. :)
Take a look at mine? http://realmoffiction.blogspot.com/ Thanks!
I'm a new follower :D
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