Hermione Granger, Time Lord.
"That’ll be the books."
It’s bigger on the inside.
not to mention… the time turner. Isn’t it obvious?
T-minus two days until Catching Fire’s teaser trailer. Eee! In the meantime, here are two new photos from the film.
If you, like me, have always wanted to learn martial arts but haven’t found the time, here’s some vicarious martial arts in fiction.
Wesley Chu, former Hollywood stuntman, wrote this:
and Cole Gibsen, who practices Tae Kwon Do, wrote these:
Read more: http://operationawesome6.blogspot.com/2013/04/martial-arts-experts-and-their.html
I write MG and YA mostly. Plus, I have three boys at home, so it’s only natural that K made me think of them. When it comes to writing for kids, I can’t help but think of my own children… a lot.
What do they like? (read on to find out)
Today I had a wonderful time meeting with the third through seventh-graders at Friends School Haverford — great questions from some smart kids.
Then I was surprised with a shout-out for DEADWOOD in the Main LIne Times coverage of Penn Wynne’s upcoming Earth Day celebration, where I’ll be appearing to talk about the setting for the book. In the article Mike Weilbacher said DEADWOOD has “a suspenseful and fast-paced ecological plot” — high praise from the executive director the Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education in the Roxborough section of Philadelphia.
So don’t forget to join us in Wynnewood Valley Park, April 21, 1-4!
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I may or may not really freaking love Capitol fashion.
Books are a uniquely portable magic