She owed him her life -- but did she have to be his forever?
"A nail-biting journey of suspense. Garrett's prose crackles with life." --Cemetery Dance
Michael Garrett is the co-editor of the groundbreaking Hot Blood erotic horror anthologies and holds the special distinction of having been Stephen King's first editor. He offers consulting expertise on writing and publishing at www.writing2sell.com. Keeper is his first novel.
Make Room for Teens!: Reflections on Developing Teen Spaces in Libraries serves as a thought-provoking tool for librarians who seeking guidance in creating, maintaining, and updating young adult spaces in their libraries. The essays contained within this book discuss the topic in clear language that is free from jargon, emphasizing illustrative (and sometimes humorous) anecdotes, experiential learning, and best practices. Rather than a "how-to" guide, the book provides a comprehensive thought exercise for librarians looking to better understand and create spaces for young adults and teenagers. Subjects addressed include important issues like common space, collection development, and the ways in which teens "own" a space, giving librarians an invaluable understanding of what a library space really "says" to young adults.