Friday Five – 30 Rock Edition
TGIF! This week our Friday Five is celebrating the 11-year anniversary of 30 Rock, which premiered October 11, 2006. All hail comedy queen, Tina Fey for creating this genius show. This week’s big media wins are paired with our favorite 30 Rock GIFs.
Song – “Midnight Train To Georgia” (by 30 Rock Cast)
Instagram Crush – @staybookish
TV Show – 30 Rock
Brit + Co included Good Me Bad Me by Ali Land, Before I Knew by Jamie Beck, Swearing Off Stars by Danielle Wong and more in their fall books round-up.
Working Mother featured The Rift Uprising by Amy Foster, The Raven God by Alane Adams, One Dark Throne by Kendare Blake and A Dangerous Year by Kes Trester in their picks for best reads for teens.
Kirkus Reviews called London, Can You Wait? by Jacquelyn Middleton, “A winner for romance and chick lit fans as well as Anglophiles and geeks.”
Five of our favorite YA authors: Amy Foster, Kendare Blake, Heather Cumiskey, Danielle Paige and Kes Trester shared their stories with Hypable for Teen Read Week.
Diane Pomerantz, author of Lost in the Reflecting Pool, shared a personal essay with Motherwell Magazine.
LA Review of Books shared a great review of Andrea Jarrell‘s writing and her new book I’m The One Who Got Away.
School Library Journal interviewed Dori Jones Yang (The Forbidden Temptation of Baseball), this article was also featured in SLJ’s Between newsletter.
Amy Foster (The Rift Uprising series) and Danielle Paige (Stealing Snow) were spotlighted in Bookish’s Teen Read Week feature on books that inspired YA authors to write.
Amy Foster (The Rift Uprising) and Danielle Paige (Stealing Snow) attended Comic Con in NYC last week! Here are some highlights:
What an incredible week for BookSparks authors!