Crazy weekend.

Craziness. Friday, 46 students and friends/guests and I went to Minneapolis Institute of Arts, the Ol' Spaghetti Factory, and to "Arsenic and Old Lace" at the Guthrie. A grand time was had by all, I think. Great play. Absolutely wonderful. So happy when I can take...

The Sistine Chapel

The Sistine Chapel

I'm reading Michelangelo and the Pope's Ceiling. Most of my students know I'm a bit obsessed with Michelangelo and the Medici family's support of the Renaissance, Galileo, etc. Well, I'm learning a lot from this book.I did NOT know that Bramante, the architect of St....

Spring, Biking, Taxes, Good Thunder, West High School

Spring, Biking, Taxes, Good Thunder, West High School

Once again, the weekend proved to me: the worst/hardest day on a BIKE is better than the best day doing TAXES! It was windy, but a good workout, and a relief after submitting my tax returns at 3 a.m.!!! Wow. I haven't had time to blog for a whole week. Good Thunder...

Being humbled, and another review

Here is another review. Kari, who coordinated the Teen Book Scene Blog Tour, wrote this review. I think she poured a lot into this, and I can't thank her enough for all the work she did to set up this tour. The review is wonderful, and I'm humbled. I had so much going...

Bibliophile Brouhaha

I have been getting tired of talking about my own book stuff....feels like navel-gazing, but then comes along Bibliophile Brouhaha and knocks my socks off, and it makes me so happy that I'm glad to talk about it. I tweet about the review, which shows up in my status...

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My novel Slider’s Son has been published by North Star Press! Get it here.

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Steph Borklund has completed the short film based on my novel Chasing AllieCat! It’s being submitted to film festivals and contests. Stay tuned for news!



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