On the Fifteenth Day of December the Fearless Fifteeners Gave to Me…

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It’s the last month of 2013, which means we’re only a few weeks away from being able to say our books come out NEXT year. (Hey, it’s not exactly big news, but we’ll take what we can get.) Find out what we’ve been up to for the last month!

Book Deals and Rights Sales

Lori Goldstein tells us how she became a writer and sold BECOMING JINN.

Lauren Gibaldi dishes on being a teen librarian and selling THE NIGHT WE SAID YES.

Cindy L. Rodriguez sheds light on the submission process in general–and her YA contemporary’s sale in particular–over at Latin@s in Kidlit.

Interviews and Cool Posts

Mary McCoy sings the praises of NaNoWriMo over at Sleuths, Spies, and Alibis.

Kathryn Holmes shares The Friends and Family Guide to Book Publishing.

V.T. Bidania interviews Fearless Fifteeners Stacey Lee and I.W. Gregorio.

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One thought on “On the Fifteenth Day of December the Fearless Fifteeners Gave to Me…

  1. I see that as the Class of 2K14 is full this group is an overflow for YA and MD authors. My name is Barry Eva I am the host of the 3 times a week Blog Talk radio show “A Book and a Chat” which recently had its 700th show. In the past (4 years) I have always tried to help YA and MD authors having many from the class of 2K09-2K13 on the show as guests. I am now booking up shows for 2014 so please pass on the invite to your members to book a radio show for 2014. Please check out
    Radio Blog: http://abookandachat.blogspot.com
    Blog Talk Radio Show: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/Across-the-Pond and have your members contact me at knight2k4@hotmail.com to book a show for 2014.

    Barry

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