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Join us in Salt Lake or Tempe!

Getting ready for the second leg of the Blink Book Tour, everyone! If you can pop in to the Salt Lake City Library, Thursday, May 15th at 7:00, or Changing Hands in Tempe, AZ, on Saturday, May 17th at 4:00, we’d love to see you! There are great giveaways, and it would be super fun […]

Firstborn Release par-taaaay by Lorie Ann Grover

Hello, Blink readers! I’m so happy to join you with the upcoming launch of my fantasy, Firstborn. I thought I’d lead off with a few facts, tucking myself into a nutshell. Here goes: I’m firstborn; stand five feet, eleven and three-fourths inches tall; am a former member of the Miami Ballet Company; previously wrote three […]

What’s Your Favorite Dystopian and Why? by Jill Williamson

The first dystopian novel I ever read was George Orwell’s 1984. It was assigned reading in tenth grade, and I remember thinking it was really weird. It wasn’t a favorite. But it was my first taste of the dystopian genre. At that time, I did not go looking for more books like it. My second […]

“Taking the Back Roads” by Jonathan Friesen

  There are few things as powerful as keynoting a conference highlighting the disability experience. Don’t get me wrong; I love speaking in schools and prisons, to professionals and corporations. I love connecting with humanity. But it’s at conferences that focus on the unique needs of disabled citizens where I feel somehow in the center […]

Merlin’s Shadow —The Journey That Was And Is by Robert Treskillard

So what is Merlin’s Shadow about? I can answer that in one word: Journey. A journey across land and sea — and a journey of the soul. For one person? No. Rather a journey for two that sometimes spans a thousand miles, and a gulf between hearts that is even greater. Two souls in flux. […]

Stay Classy, Young America by Nicole Quigley

If you’re a young adult looking to size up the state of your peers these days, never fear. It will never be measured by the depths pop culture sinks to grab your attention. Those cringe-awful moments are merely the setting of a flood line—reflections of how much further young adults feel they must go in […]

The Co-writing Mystery by Carey Corp and Lorie Langdon

It comes up at every signing, writing conference, and even at the softball field. With expressions varying from horror to awe it’s always some form of the same question: You co-wrote DOON? How on earth does that work? Well, lucky readers, you’re about to find out! THE CHOICE As newbie authors, Carey and I started […]

YALSA and Blink partner to promote Teen Read Week

For Immediate Release Wed, 07/24/2013 Contact: Jaclyn Finneke Communications Manager Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) 312-280-2128 jfinneke@ala.org Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) CHICAGO — The Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) announces that Blink, a new young adult imprint of Zondervan is now an official sponsor of Teen Read Week™. By sponsoring Teen […]

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