Tag Archives: Juvenile fiction

Weekend Update: October 31-November 1, 2020

Next week at Maine Crime Writers there will be posts by Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson (Monday), Kate Flora (Tuesday), Brenda Buchanan (Thursday) and Vaughn Hardacker (Friday). In the news department, here’s what’s happening with some of us who blog regularly … Continue reading

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I Need More Space!

John Clark here: I know I wrote about downsizing, something I’m continuing to do, but I really need more space and that’s not a contradiction in terms by any means. I mean more juvenile and young adult space opera/science fiction. … Continue reading

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Random Thoughts, A Contest and Some Book Reviews.

John Clark bringing you some random thoughts as well as a bunch of book reviews. Thus far I’ve read 64 books in 2015 and reviewed most of them for various online entities. Even so, the TBR pile keeps growing…and growing… … Continue reading

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Meet Bette Stevens

John Clark sharing an interview with fellow Hartland author (and member of the library book discussion group), Bette Stevens. 1-Tell me about growing up–where, what authors influenced you, what are some of your strongest/most vivid memories from childhood? I grew … Continue reading

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Five great nominees, but only one can win: the Juvenile Edgars for 2013

  Upon reflection, I realized that it’s a bit more challenging to write a well-crafted mystery for juvenile readers than it is for young adults; that is if you really want to hit a home run. If you are of … Continue reading

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