Remember Me is a book series written سے طرف کی Christopher Pike. Who is one of the best-selling author's of young adult novels. The series is all about a girl who died, Shari Cooper, and how she moves on.
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I was recently asked سے طرف کی a collegue what my پسندیدہ read of the سال was--I review a hell of a lot of new material every year. Matter-of-factly, I blurted out my answer without a سیکنڈ thought, "The Vampire Game سے طرف کی Les Bailey," I told him. "In fact, I loved the entire trilogy, It was extremely well written and the writing pulled me into another world away from my own. And the way I see it, that's exactly what a good novel is supposed to do!" I told him.
When I first came across Bailey's novel, he was a first-time published author. New to the world of publishing, یا so I was told سے طرف کی his agent,...
Celebrity biographer and writing coach, Randy Jernigan, this week admitted to a national radio audience that he has recently suffered total kidney failure, resulting in weekly dialysis and a drastic change in his life and schedule.
The 'Losing to Win!' مصنف has been forced to postpone a number of professional commitments this month, explaining that his life was "turned upside down" when two دل attacks and renal failure cause him to be placed on weekly kidney dialysis for his survival
"This سال has been a rough one for me,": the مصنف confessed to his radio audience. "The good news is I'm...
Filmmaker turned children's book مصنف Arianna Eisenberg has reportedly secured funds from film investors and plans to adapt her مقبول children's book into a major film.
The successful Hollywood movie maker, who moonlights writing child to teen fantasy fiction, released her first full-length book in August 2014 titled 'Jemiyah Jones and the Kingdom of Nir.' The Kindle release quickly won Amazon’s “Breakthrough Novel Award” and soon شائقین of the book began clamoring for a movie.
“I love strong female characters and Jemiyah certainly fits into that category,” says the author. “I was...