Monthly Archives: May 2012

Night Light Revue has Homework to Do

Night Light Revue will be taking a bit of a break due to a wonderful opportunity. The stars have aligned and offered me the perfect job!

Curriculum planning calls for a full-time commitment if we want the next generation of readers and writers to thrive. So, for the next few months I’ll be researching books in eReader, print, and audio forms in hopes of presenting the best titles and references to future students.

NLR has received stacks of advanced copies (thank you) and will continue to sift through those titles as time permits. For those publishers who also have a hand in children’s and YA books, please feel free to contact me regarding galleys and new releases. I will be working with a JK-8 population.

Blogging is a labor of love, but sadly, it doesn’t pay the bills. For those of you whom Night Light Revue recently interviewed – fear not – they will post as soon as possible. NLR will also continue to tweet, so keep the literary information coming. And, if you are a Michigan children’s author please reach out!

*Support your local bookstores, libraries, and universities. It matters.

– Post by Megan Shaffer

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Poetry – A Heavy Price to Pay

Today my inbox led me to the Poem Elf. If you’re having a rough writing day, this post will certainly put the passion back into your prose.

The things we take for granted…

*Support your local bookstores, libraries, and universities. It matters.

-Post by Megan Shaffer

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