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Road Trip Wednesday #35: June's Best Book

Welcome to our 35th Road Trip Wednesday! Road Trip Wednesday is a "Blog Carnival," where YA Highway's contributors post a...
Guest Post: Michelle Hodkin Talks Sticks & Stones

Guest Post: Michelle Hodkin Talks Sticks & Stones

Today, we bring to you a guest post by the awesome Michelle Hodkin , lawyer and YA author represe...
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The Trailer for Every YA Book Ever

Ever stayed up at night, wondering desperately what the book trailer for every YA novel ever would like? Okay, maybe not. But here it is any...
Tools of the Trade

Tools of the Trade

Colorado Ghost Towns and Mining Camps by Sandra Dallas. " Moscow Never Sleeps " by Mart...
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Query Series: Kristin Halbrook & Suzie Townsend

In this Saturday series, YA Highway writers share the query letters that landed their agents -- and why the queries worked, from the agent...
Field Trip Friday: June 25

Field Trip Friday: June 25

On Route 66: Kirsten discovered the sign was no lie . Field Trip Friday Our weekly trip...
What Kind of Writerly Snack Are You?

What Kind of Writerly Snack Are You?

I've been thinking about food a lot lately. I tend to get that way with the changing of the seas...
Road Trip Wednesday #34: The Fictional World of FML

Road Trip Wednesday #34: The Fictional World of FML

Welcome to our 34th Road Trip Wednesday! Road Trip Wednesday is a "Blog Carnival," where...
Slow Cooking a Rump Roast AKA Revisions

Slow Cooking a Rump Roast AKA Revisions

Okay, not really. But the analogy kind of fits. Especially when you're talking about revisions...
Top 5 Twitter Transgressions for Writers

Top 5 Twitter Transgressions for Writers

credit At the risk of sound all high and mighty by tackling this subject, I need to point out th...
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BEA Giveaway: WINNERS!

~ W I N N E R S ~ It's time! We have winners ! Thanks to everyone who entered; we loved seeing what books you're looking forward...
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Broccoli and Other Things: A Post with Lots of Oddball Writing Advice

Read poetry. Regardless of whether you write it. Poetry is language at its most distilled. Every word counts, down to its last syllable. Po...
Field Trip Friday: June 18

Field Trip Friday: June 18

Field Trip Friday Our weekly trip around the field of YA with stops at the most helpful, inte...
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World Building: The Little Things

When you hear the term “world building,” it’s likely you associate it with fantasy or sci-fi. World building is necessary, though, regardl...
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Road Trip Wednesday #33 When/why did you start writing?

Welcome to our 33rd Road Trip Wednesday! Road Trip Wednesday is a "Blog Carnival," where YA Highway's contributors post a w...
Heidi Kling, Debut Author of SEA

Heidi Kling, Debut Author of SEA

Still haunted by nightmares of her mother's death, fifteen-year-old Sienna Jones reluctantly tra...