Q.: What type of performer is a zombie? A.: A headliner /// Q.: When a zombie leaves, what is she doing? A.: She’s heading out-of-town. /// Q.: What is the main feature a zombie looks for in a car? A.: … Continue reading →
Map: The book that best represents each state – Vox. We always love a good map. The below map might just seem to be another riff on “which book is most popular in each state” or something similar. But it’s … Continue reading →
Anthony Horowitz to copy editor: “I’M NOT CHANGING THIS.” The full article at: http://www.mhpbooks.com/anthony-horowitz-to-copyeditor-im-not-changing-this/ by Kirsten Reach Nobody wants his conversation with a copy editor made public, but there’s a galley floating around from Harper at the moment that contains … Continue reading →
It is not a prank. It is the Knoxville Police Department’s attempt to educate people on the cost of drinking a driving. They contacted cab companies for the fare rate. They talked to defense lawyers for their prices to defend … Continue reading →
The Key Differences Between Middle Grade vs Young Adult Source: http://www.writersdigest.com/online-editor/the-key-differences-between-middle-grade-vs-young-adult?et_mid=685611&rid=239626420 by Marie Lamba (marielamba.com) author of the YA novels What I Meant…, Over My Head and Drawn. She’s also associate literary agent at The Jennifer De Chiara Literary […]
Q.: What do you call the principal at a zombie school? A.: The headmaster. /// Q.: What is a zombie’s worst nightmare? A.: The Headless horseman. /// Q.: What is a zombie’s favorite spread on bread? A.: Head cheese.
Can't get into highbrow novels? Ditch them, says Nick Hornby – Telegraph. When struggling through a classic novel, many have found honour in persevering to the end. But it appears it might be better just to give up quickly. Nick … Continue reading →