Books Interlude

Have you visited YA Muses? They are a lovely, helpful, inspiring quartet, all with backgrounds, current writing-situations and future-talk I appreciate. They inspire me. They give me hope, or remind me that there is hope when it comes to writing the book, searching for publication and—well, you might give them a peek. I peek in at least twice weekly. Last week, I won a book from them. Since I’ve just finished The Hunger Games, by Suzanne Collins (yeah, I know: PB? You are the last person on the planet to read this book), I am ready for fresh bookmeat. The dystopian YA world, a genre I have never written in or read much of, is starting to uber- fascinate me.

And now? Back to the middle-grade genre and meeting my goals sooner rather than—next week. For the love of all frogfishes, happy revising!

About PB Rippey

Writer, wife, mother, grateful. Fiction, memoir, poetry, kidlit (MG), member SCBWI.
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1 Response to Books Interlude

  1. Thanks for the shout-out, PB! It is exactly our intention to reach out to other writers and so wonderful to know we’re achieving that. After all, everyone needs that little boost of inspiration occasionally, be it from a blog, twitter, e-mail or in person. Keep writing, and here’s to reaching goals!

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