Sunday, May 29, 2016

Yay For Middle Grade Books: Wrap-Up Post!

This has been a fantastic two weeks of Middle Grade books! I got such a positive response from people about all the posts the authors did for this event! Thank you so much to everyone who tweeted, retweeted, posted on Facebook, commented, read, and in any way supported this event. You all are wonderful! And a very big thank you to the authors who let me interview them, and who wrote guest posts for this event. You all are so awesome! :)

And now here's a recap of the posts! :)

The very first day of the event was an interview with The Sleepover author Jen Malone!

Then an interview with Kathleen Burkinshaw, debut author of The Last Cherry Blossom!

A guest post from Out of Tune author Gail Nall followed that, about MG books and being brave!

The next day featured an interview with Dead Boy author Laurel Gale!

Then a guest post from The Last Great Adventure of the PB&J Society author, Janet Sumner Johnson, about the MG books that influenced her!

We ended the week with an interview with MarcyKate Connolly, author of Ravenous!

The 2nd week began with an interview with Wizardmatch author, Lauren Magaziner!

Then an interview and giveaway (That's still happening, go enter!) with Chasing the Milky Way author, Erin Moulton!

A guest post  about poetry from Irene Latham, author of When the Sun Shines on Antarctica followed that!

Then an interview with Dear Poppy author, Ronni Arno!

The next featured an interview with My Life is a Zoo series author, Jess Keating!

An interview with Crushing It author, Joanne Levy happened the next day!

The event ended with an interview from Merrie Haskell, author of The Castle Behind Thorns!

Thank you again so much to everyone who participated in this event! I had so much fun reading everyone's posts, and I hope all of you did, too! (And that you found a new book to read because of this event!) And maybe this event can become an annual thing! :)

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