Alex Mallory’s WILD, pitched as a take on Tarzan for the digital age, in which a girl skips her senior trip to go into the wild instead, and finds a boy raised to believe that the world outside the forest has been decimated by a modern plague, to Anne Hoppe at Harper Teen, by Jim McCarthy at Dystel & Goderich Literary Management (World English).
I’m loving the trailer for Gina D’Amico’s CROAK.
She’s giving away prizes at The Story Siren’s site today, too. Now I just need to find out how I can get this music on my iPod.
(Which is different from the Aristocrats.) Brian Joseph Davis uses law enforcement composite sketch software to bring literary characters to life. Both creepy AND cool!
It’s Read in the Bathtub Day today, callooh, callay! You know what I want? I want a digital book projector, that will display the book I’m reading– on my shower door. It could be like a giant iPad, and I could flip pages while I get my scrub on. That’s one way to respond to the people who say the problem with e-readers is that you can’t read them in the bath.