And check out Monster Librarian's complete site HERE. Or follow the informative blog HERE. Lots of recommendations for fun, scary reads -- whether you're a kid or somewhat more adultish. If you're a reader, librarian or teacher you'll find both blog and website informative and helpful.
My favorite part of the review is where the reviewer, Kirsten Kowalewski, mentions why it took her a while to review the series: her kids kidnapped the books for almost a year. Ha! I love that I have fans willing to commit felonies just to read my stories. Is there any higher form of praise?
The overly-long, unreadable, horrifically-excruciating-to-write First Rough Draft of the new script is done!
Now to the job of creating the first READABLE draft.
A couple more weeks to that happy day.
In the meantime, the world outside my cubby hole has turned vicious over the past couple weeks. If you want to make a donation to help the Quake/Tsunami victims in Japan, iTunes makes it easy. Click on the image below.
If you want to get something for yourself while you're at it, the New York Dolls just released their newest album: Walking Backwards in High Heels. That's album number 3 from the new New York Dolls - which means there's now more albums from the new New York Dolls than the first New York Dolls. If you don't count compilation, live, or rare track discovery albums. In that case, the new New York Dolls have 738 albums to go before they catch up.
You can check the album out at iTunes by clicking on the album cover below.
Good stuff to help you forget what's going on outside your window.
One of the reasons I'm proud to be associated with Capstone? They make some cool shizzle.
Case in point, the newest Make Stuff pages on their web site.
Afraid you or a loved one might be in danger of becoming bored? Hop over to this web site for project and craft ideas, lessons on folding or drawing things. Learn recipes and magic tricks. While away those hours and have something to show for it!
To get you started, click on a pic below and Voila! Boredom Be Gone!