Guess who’s going to NYC this week?
I’ll be in New York City for Book Expo America 2013! I’m flying in May 28th (today!) and will be leaving June 2nd. This will be my second time attending BEA (I last attended in 2011).
If you’re attending as well, I’d love to meet you! If you watch my YouTube channel, you know what my face looks like. If you see me–say hello! I love meeting new friends (and reuniting with old ones)!
A surefire way to find me is to stop by the Spencer Hill Press booth (#2567). I’ll be working there for a portion of the conference. Otherwise, hit me up on Twitter if you’d like to meet up! :)
Hope to see you there! (Are you ready to party? I am!)Read More
Another vlog! This time I’m sharing my thoughts about e-books and e-readers. I also give a quick review of the two e-readers I currently use.
Many of my viewers have shared their thoughts in the YouTube comments, but I’d like to hear from blog readers, too! Let me know your stance on the e-revolution. :)Read More
When I saw Jamie’s Monthly Rewind post at the end of January, I knew I had to do something similar. So I’m taking a page from the Perpetual Page Turner and recapping my February for you (and for Future Me, too, of course)! :)
February was an eventful month for me! Here are some things that happened:
1. I turned twenty. (Ahhh!!)
(I responded to this milestone by making a video on reading outside one’s age group, which garnered quite a response!)
2. I spent an obscene amount of time helping others become certified Peer Educators through the Bacchus network.
3. I started reading graphic novels thanks to a class I’m taking, and guess what? I’m in love with them.
4. I joined a YouTube network and became part of Wonderly, a community of female content creators. (And got to spend an awesome weekend in LA to celebrate the website’s launch!)
5. I don’t have a fifth thing. Because, y’know, school (it keeps me busy!). So instead I’ll share my favorite YA book of the month: Midwinterblood by Marcus Sedgwick.Read More
I uploaded this video last week, and was pleasantly surprised by the response:
So many people in the comments have been “coming out” as YA readers older than 19! I knew, logically, that many YA readers were, for lack of a better word, “old.” But the comments section made it feel real.
So if anyone tells you that you’re too old for YA, send ‘em over to the comments section. :)Read More
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