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By LK Gardner-Griffie on May 31, 2010
It’s official. For the second year in a row, LK Gardner-Griffie has garnered Pearson Prize Teen Choice award honors with her late 2009 release, Nowhere Feels Like Home.
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By LK Gardner-Griffie on March 29, 2010
Just slightly over a week ago, I went to Glamour Shots to have some pictures taken because I need a professional shot to have made into a poster for the upcoming LA Times Festival of Books, April 24th and 25th at UCLA.
By LK Gardner-Griffie on January 8, 2010
By LK Gardner-Griffie on December 20, 2009
Last night I went to the management Christmas party for work. An informal get-together for the management team which the office director hosts as a thank you for all of the hard work during the year.
By LK Gardner-Griffie on November 19, 2009
At the beginning of a new book is always an exciting thing. I’m always ready to see where my characters take me, and often times it is a surprise to me.
By LK Gardner-Griffie on November 17, 2009
As a writer, I have learned while there are many shared experiences in the writing game, there are just as many differences with how we work.
By LK Gardner-Griffie on November 13, 2009
By LK Gardner-Griffie on September 28, 2009
Operation eBook Drop began with author and army veteran Edward C Patterson after a chance encounter with a soldier stationed in Iraq who mentioned having a Kindle, but not being able to download any books.
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By LK Gardner-Griffie on September 24, 2009
Yesterday signified day 1 of the last 100 days of 2009. It’s hard to believe we have almost lived through a decade of the new millennium.
By LK Gardner-Griffie on August 31, 2009
Every once in awhile, life surprises you in a pleasant sort of way. Today I received the BookBuzzr newsletter and was surprised and delighted to see Misfit McCabe was one of the books listed under the top views for the month of August.