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10 YA Authors in Ireland.
Oh, to be a fly on the wall.
And I'm a little jealous about the Cliffs of Insanity trip.
20 March 2009 in Books - YA | Permalink
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I am so jealous. Not sure why since I have never actually finished anything to attempt to get it published. Oh well. Maybe you could go next year...they are talking about Spain.
PS. I really hope we hear more about the trip...the secrets, the gossip, all the stories, even if there were one or two ghost sitings...hope they all dish....
20 March 2009 at 06:31 PM
sightings....really need more coffee, proofreading, or a job with regular hours.....
20 March 2009 at 06:32 PM
Sarah's account of the castle trip in her LiveJournal is a very fun read:
Part 1: http://sarahtales.livejournal.com/126753.html
Part 2: http://sarahtales.livejournal.com/127002.html
20 March 2009 at 06:39 PM
For some reason, I haven't received updates for your blog in my RSS reader since late February. Did something change? I tried resubscribing and it doesn't seem to help. Do you know why this might be? I love your blog and hate to think I might miss something!
V. Vxn |
20 March 2009 at 08:45 PM
Here are some of my blog posts on the subject:
And you can read twittered recaps of the trip on:
There was tons of gossip, fabulous brainstorming, a lot of bonding over whiskey and group readings, a few all-nighters, and a cat that I, at least, think was a ghost cat.
Diana Peterfreund |
22 March 2009 at 11:07 PM
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