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Young Adult and Children’s Literature

Interview: Action Lab Comics (‘Vamplets,’ ‘Princeless,’ ‘Puppet Master’) Creative Director Dave Dwonch

Dwonch talks about the 2015 comics lineup including the return of Eisner-nominated 'Princeless' and 'Nutmeg,' a book he describes as 'Betty and Veronica' meets 'Breaking Bad.'

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Book Review: ‘The Blackwell Family Secret: The Guardians of Sin’ by Jonathan L. Ferrara

Ferrara is a talented writer, his prose smooth and his dialogue witty. The pace was excellent and the story kept moving forward with increasing tension until the very satisfying ending that left me hungry for book 2.

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Book Review: ‘Suspicion’ a Young Adult Fiction by Alexandra Monir

The secrets of Rockford manor are very delicate and Imogen is cautious about creating any further concerns. There is something very strange about the deaths of her parents and that of her cousin, something that someone is willing to kill to keep secret.

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Book Review: ‘Stolen, Heart of Dread’ A YA Fantasy by Melissa De La Cruz and Michael Johnston.

If you enjoy fantasy and danger, threaded with mystery and adventure you will love the characters in this tale. The second of a series it still reads well on its own, and you will find that Wes and his erstwhile friends are a mix of fear and courage. It is when they are all together the courage becomes fierce, and when one of their friends comes into trouble, you see what makes them who they are.

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Book Review: ‘Awoken, The Lucidites: Book One,’ A Young Adult Fantasy by Sarah Noffke

Every night Roya dreams she is drowning, and has strange premonitions. And always there is that burning question offered during her sleep by strangers she does not know. Who is she?

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Interview: Terry Nicholetti, Author of ‘GoldStar Magic! Family Pen-Pal Kit’ Including ‘NoraLee’s Adventures on Planet Ifwee’

'I used to have a sign over my computer that said, "Expect the Aaaagggghhhh! Then just start typing!"'

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