October 4, 2011
Since Teen Read Week is coming up, we’re devoting the entire month to talking about authors at The Hub with our 31 Days of Authors feature. We’ll have interviews, author profiles, and personal essays about how authors and their books have influenced us.
My post today is about Blythe Woolston, who wrote the Morris-Award winning The Freak Observer. I talk about how Blythe identifies as a reader and why I like that. Hop on over to The Hub to read the post, and check out the rest of our 31 Days of Authors posts throughout the month!
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