Ilona Andrews Archive

  • Links from the web jungle WEB OF INTEREST –> – So, what’s the big deal with starting a sentence with so?  – The 2015 National Book Award for Young People’s Literature […]

    The weekly web ramble (9/25)

    Links from the web jungle WEB OF INTEREST –> – So, what’s the big deal with starting a sentence with so?  – The 2015 National Book Award for Young People’s Literature […]

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  • Links from the web jungle WEB OF INTEREST –> – The rise of the female superhero – The real-life story that inspired Scott O’Dell‘s Isle of the Blue Dolphins <– AUTHOR TALK […]

    The weekly web ramble (8/14)

    Links from the web jungle WEB OF INTEREST –> – The rise of the female superhero – The real-life story that inspired Scott O’Dell‘s Isle of the Blue Dolphins <– AUTHOR TALK […]

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  • Links from the web jungle WEB OF INTEREST –> – From Comic-con, the best and worst manga of 2015 <– AUTHOR TALK – Ilona Andrews tackles some writer myths – Marie Brennan on […]

    The weekly web ramble (7/24)

    Links from the web jungle WEB OF INTEREST –> – From Comic-con, the best and worst manga of 2015 <– AUTHOR TALK – Ilona Andrews tackles some writer myths – Marie Brennan on […]

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  • Links from the web jungle WEB OF INTEREST –> – The 2015 Eisner Award winners <– AUTHOR TALK – Ilona Andrews on how to write un-forced love – Jeff Lemire […]

    The weekly web ramble (7/17)

    Links from the web jungle WEB OF INTEREST –> – The 2015 Eisner Award winners <– AUTHOR TALK – Ilona Andrews on how to write un-forced love – Jeff Lemire […]

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  • Links from the web jungle WEB OF INTEREST –> – Kieron Gillen (author of The Wicked and the Divine) on what comic sales figures mean – How Mad Max: Fury Road […]

    The weekly web ramble (6/19)

    Links from the web jungle WEB OF INTEREST –> – Kieron Gillen (author of The Wicked and the Divine) on what comic sales figures mean – How Mad Max: Fury Road […]

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  • Book Jacket: The first book in a brand new series from #1 New York Times bestseller, Ilona Andrews. Nevada Baylor is faced with the most challenging case of her detective […]

    Burn For Me by Ilona Andrews – Review

    Book Jacket: The first book in a brand new series from #1 New York Times bestseller, Ilona Andrews. Nevada Baylor is faced with the most challenging case of her detective […]

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  • Links from the web jungle WEB OF INTEREST –> – From Long Beach Comic-Con, on the advancement of women in comics – The cast of The Middleman reunites for a live reading […]

    The weekly web ramble (10/3)

    Links from the web jungle WEB OF INTEREST –> – From Long Beach Comic-Con, on the advancement of women in comics – The cast of The Middleman reunites for a live reading […]

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  • Book Jacket: No matter how much the paranormal politics of Atlanta change, one thing always remains the same: if there’s trouble, Kate Daniels will be in the middle of it… […]

    Magic Breaks by Ilona Andrews – Review

    Book Jacket: No matter how much the paranormal politics of Atlanta change, one thing always remains the same: if there’s trouble, Kate Daniels will be in the middle of it… […]

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  • Links from the web jungle WEB OF INTEREST –> – The 2014 ALSC Media Award winners (Newbery, Caldecott, Printz, & more) – YALSA’s picks for top ten best in YA fiction (and here’s […]

    The weekly web ramble (1/31)

    Links from the web jungle WEB OF INTEREST –> – The 2014 ALSC Media Award winners (Newbery, Caldecott, Printz, & more) – YALSA’s picks for top ten best in YA fiction (and here’s […]

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  • Links from the web jungle WEB OF INTEREST –> – Horn Book‘s fanfare list of 2013 (their picks for best children’s and teen books) – The first female action heroes: […]

    The weekly web ramble (12/13)

    Links from the web jungle WEB OF INTEREST –> – Horn Book‘s fanfare list of 2013 (their picks for best children’s and teen books) – The first female action heroes: […]

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