I’m not much of a fan of reality TV, but my wife likes The Voice, so I usually end up watching it. Last night, I tweeted the following:
— Barry Lyga (@barrylyga) September 30, 2014
Here’s what I meant by that: ostensibly, the point of The Voiceis to seduce one of the…
Thanks! I carried that ending in my head for a long, long time. I’m glad it’s out in the world now!
At the request of the Campaign for the American Reader, I’ve subjected Blood of My Blood to the Page 69 Test, wherein authors check out page 69 of their books and discuss how that page mirrors/contributes to the book as a whole.
For Blood of My Blood? Well…
page 69 is in no way representative of the book as a whole, unless you count “creepy sense of ickiness” as representative.
Spoilers follow. C…
On the off-chance you’re interested in my opinion of this year in Super-Hero TV, I figured I would blog about it a little bit.
I have only minimal interest in Green Arrow as a character, so I don’t watch Arrow. If you’re looking for an opinion on that show, sorry.
Constantine and Flash have yet to debut, but I watched the season opener for Agents of SHIELD and the series premiere of Gothamand…
Glad you liked it! :)
LIST OF THE WEEK: TWENTY BANNED BOOKS
Celebrate your intellectual freedom. Read a banned book.
Learn more about each book here: The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, Looking for Alaska, I Hunt Killers, Eleanor & Park, Gossip Girl, The Hunger Games, TTYL, 13 Reasons Why, The Giver, Speak, Hold Still, Whale Talk, The Miseducation of Cameron Post, Twenty Boy Summer, Boy Meets Boy, Living Dead Girl, Fallen Angels, Vampire Academy, The Supernaturalist, A Wrinkle In Time.
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I’m surprised when any book is banned or challenged, but the continual obsession with challenging The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian absolutely stupefies me. That book has the tamest sexual content I’ve ever seen. I’m stunned people can find anything to object to.
Bruce Springsteen, “Cross My Heart”
That’s pretty much all the philosophy I need, right there.
(You can listen here, if you want.)
Barry Lyga is here to talk about National Comic Book Day!
Happy National Comic Book Day!
The first step to eliminating darkness is turning on a light; understanding is a light.
Go check out the interview and enter to win a signed copy of Blood of My Blood!