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By LK Gardner-Griffie on March 10, 2013
See those chairs to the left? I’m so excited about them. They are part of a project called Story Chairs (more on that below) and the reason I’m excited it I will be attending the opening reception for Story Chairs at Jack Straw Productions in Seattle on March 27, from 5:30PM – 8:00PM. And what’s even better??? I have a story in the Story Chairs!!
Posted in 7-Diary Of A Misfit, Event | Tagged Ben Oblas, Current Event, jack straw productions, Jeffry Mitchell, Katie McCabe, LK Gardner-Griffie, Misfit McCabe, seattle, story chairs, tina hoggatt | 3 Responses
By LK Gardner-Griffie on August 22, 2012
****Drumroll Please**** I’m very pleased to announce that Tattered, the third book in the award-winning Misfit McCabe series, will be free through Amazon.com for Kindle Thursday, August 23rd and Friday, August 24th. So pick up your copy and enjoy the read. And once you’ve finished it, I’d love to hear your thoughts.
By LK Gardner-Griffie on February 3, 2012
February is known for being the month for sweethearts… and while I’m not the majorly romantic type (I leave that to my characters) I found myself thinking about what sweethearts my readers are and wanted to do something to celebrate them.
Posted in Event | Tagged Amazon Prime, bullying, discounted books, emotions, free books, grief, Katie McCabe, LK Gardner-Griffie, loss, Misfit McCabe, Nowhere Feels Like Home, social issues, sorrow, sweethearts, Tattered, Tim Lawrence, young adult fiction | Leave a response
By LK Gardner-Griffie on February 2, 2012
I’m excited to host Christine Fonseca today on her tour for the release of her novella Dies Irae. I remember having dinner with Christine a while back and we talked about some of our projects. And when she spoke about the story, both Dies Irae and her upcoming book Lacrimosa, which are a part of her Requiem Series, her face lit up.
By LK Gardner-Griffie on December 13, 2011
I had a blast on the Tattered tour, and I think those who made it through all of the stops had a great time too. But now it has come to an end. After the holidays, I’m going to come up with some more promotional things to help get the word out about Tattered, but until then, I hope you visit all the stops, even though the prizes are gone and learn more about Katie McCabe and other characters in Tattered!!
Posted in 3-Tattered, Contest | Tagged blog tour, Carolina Valdez Miller, Christine Fonseca, contest, Eisley Jacobs, Heather McCorkle, Julia Swank, Juliette Terzieff, juvenile fiction, Katelyn Torrey, Katie McCabe, Kindle, Lisette Brodey, LK Gardner-Griffie, LL Book Review, Misfit McCabe, Molly Hacker, Rhonda Cowsert, Tattered, young adult lit | 6 Responses
By LK Gardner-Griffie on December 8, 2011
By LK Gardner-Griffie on December 1, 2011
The time has FINALLY come for me to get Tattered off my hard drive and send it on its way into the world. I am very excited about this for a few reasons. One — I don’t care what book it is, DONE is a beautiful word.
Posted in 3-Tattered, Contest | Tagged blog tour, Carolina Valdez Miller, Christine Fonseca, contest, Eisley Jacobs, Heather McCorkle, Julia Swank, Juliette Terzieff, juvenile fiction, Katelyn Torrey, Katie McCabe, Kindle, Lisette Brodey, LK Gardner-Griffie, LL Book Review, Misfit McCabe, Molly Hacker, Rhonda Cowsert, Tattered, young adult lit | 21 Responses
By LK Gardner-Griffie on November 14, 2011
I have a friend I met on Twitter (@cvaldezmiller), when I was fairly new to the twittershpere. My friendship with Carolina Valdez Miller has grown over the years because she is a genuine caring person.
By LK Gardner-Griffie on August 26, 2011
I love book releases. There is something special about all of the efforts the author made finally coming together and having them share their inspiration with the world. And the release of a debut novel is even more special. Knowing the writer is finally seeing the end product and is sharing something so intimate with the world for the first time. Because the book writing process is an intimate one and I know from personal experience, the blood, sweat, and tears that go into the process.
By LK Gardner-Griffie on April 5, 2011
Awwww!!!! I was having so much fun celebrating Carol’s agent representation, I almost forgot the party had to come to an end. But someone let the air out of the balloons, so now it’s time to clean up the confetti. I love to throw it – the sparkly kind always – but hate to clean it up.
Posted in Contest | Tagged Carolina Valdez Miller, Christine Fonseca, Critique Sisters Corner, Denise Grover Swank, Eisley Jacobs, Elizabeth Davis, Heather McCorkle, J Koyanagi, Jonathan Arnston, juvenile fiction, Kristen Yard, LK Gardner-Griffie, Lola Sharp, Misfit McCabe, Nowhere Feels Like Home, Sara McClung, Simon Larter, Tracey Neithercott, Vickie Motter, young adult fiction | 4 Responses