This last week has been a busy one here at Planet Books. We’ve been graced with guest posts from three great new authors. (Click on the highlighted names to view the guest post.) Kathleen McCleary, author of House & Home talks with us about what she learned in the three years it took to write her debut novel. Author of Keeping The House, Ellen Baker, shares with us her different experiences that helped evolve a story she was writing that became her novel. And last but not least, author of Schooled, Anisha Lakhani tells us why she chose to write her first guest post ever here at Planet Books and gives a little hint of what she’s up to now.
I’m working on reading some ARC’s I received in the mail last week and staying cool during this extremely hot and humid Okinawan summer. A schedule of reading in the air conditioning is what I have to look forward to this week. Whew! Oh, and watching the Washington Redskins play in the 2008 Hall of Fame Game against the Indianapolis Colts. “Hail To The Redskins!!”
I’m really enthralled with an advance reading copy of Deborah Copaken Kogan’s Between Here and April right now. I started it last night and am half-way through. It’s a page turner! What are you reading? Any ARC’s or something that you purchased recently? Not living in the States right now, I was unable to participate in the craziness that I’m sure filled many bookstores nation wide this past Friday night at midnight. Did you get your copy of Stephenie Meyer’s Breaking Dawn? If you did, or your teen did, are you/they done yet? Is it any good? Please no spoilers!!