Happy 14th Day!

Happy Monday! On the 14th of the month, we will be posting any news we may have, such as book covers and announcements.

This month, we have a video in which one of our authors signs her contract, as well as some great blog posts.

Jaye Brown signed her contract! And she recorded it! (Something some of us didn’t dare, I might add, because we were weeping or confused by the legal lingo.)

I don’t know about you, but I find it emotional every single time I hear about (or watch) an author signing her contract. The mountains we climb are steep, but sometimes we reach a Base Camp that revives our souls, reminding us all things are possible. (Even climbing mountains. Or writing books. Or getting a degree. Or finishing a quilt. Or changing and enemy into a friend.)

Elle Cosimano was invited to be a contributor on the Sleuths, Spies, and Alibis blog. She also wrote a great post at Ink and Angst about finding our inner Yoda. (And there’s a link to a quiz that tells you what sort of learner you are. Useful info, for anyone.)

That’s it for January. I’ll be back next month with more.
~ Amber Lough


Julie Murphy and Jenny Martin will be moderating panels at Young Adult Keller Book Fest this Saturday.

Amber Lough lives in Syracuse, NY with an astrophysicist and their two kids, Future CEO and Future Comedian. She spent half her childhood in Japan and the Middle East, but majored in Russian because she likes a challenge. She quit her job in Air Force Intelligence to write novels. Her Middle Eastern fantasy, THE FIRE WISH, is due from Random House Children’s in Fall 2014.

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