ALA Annual 2020
McCormick Place, Chicago
A dead girl walks the quiet streets of Applegate, killing child murderers. But when a boy with strange tattoos moves into the neighborhood, so, she realizes, does something else.
The Never Tilting World duology
When Tea accidentally resurrects her brother from the dead, she learns she is different from the other witches in her family. Her gift for necromancy means that she’s a bone witch, a title that makes her feared and ostracized by her community.
A food anthology by 13 Young Adult authors!
Ami is a mangkukulam. Her Lola Simeona is a spice witch who runs the local carinderia with a little magic – her homecooked Filipino meals grants worthy customers ‘happiness’. But with great power comes great responsibility, and Ami soon learns that it’s one thing to judge whether their patrons deserve their help, and another to earn the right to her own happiness.
A retelling of Edgar Allan Poe’s most famous works!
When an unexpected murder hits Boracay, the Philippines’ premiere party island, it’s up to Auguste “Ogie” Dupin, the meddling French-Filipino ambassador’s son, to solve the crime. Clues point to the work of a creature called an aswang – but all is not always what it appears to be when you’re surrounded by the supernatural.
Tala Warnock has little use for magic – a descendant of Maria Makiling, she negates spells, often by accident. But her family’s ties to Avalon soon finds them guarding its last prince from those who would use his kingdom’s magic for insidious ends. And with the rise of dangerous spelltech in the Royal States of America, the re-emergence of the Snow Queen – and the appearance of the firebird, Avalon’s most powerful weapon, at her doorstep – Tala’s life is about to get even more complicated….
How to Write a Book Pitch and a Query Letter for Literary Agents22DECEMBER, 2020Follow my writing tips with the hashtag #RinWrites on Twitter or look for the category #RinWrites in this blog! This is a question that I get often from writers with a manuscript ready and...
I wasn’t lucky enough to deserve nice things.
#SEACritterspub Agent Interview: Quressa Robinson of the Nelson Literary Agency 3 SEPTEMBER, 2018 Welcome to the #SEACritterspub interviews, where we spotlight agents and editors looking for Asian literature and / or Asian authors! This week it's Quressa Robinson from...
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