Blog Posts - Judy Blume



It's me, Tammi

      She is one of my heroes. Seeing her last night was moving and memorable. And there are legions of me. The Music Hall last night was filled with fans, and she has adoring readers all over the world. I wasn't surprised to see that last night,...
by Aint I A Writer? on Jul 15, 2016

It's me, Tammi

      She is one of my heroes. Seeing her last night was moving and memorable. And there are legions of me. The Music Hall last night was filled with fans, and she has adoring readers all over the world. I wasn't surprised to see that last night,...
by Aint I A Writer? on Jul 15, 2016

Review In the Unlikely Event by Judy Blume

Review In the Unlikely Event by Judy Blume – source or reference used in a wide range of activities in education or other activities. Literature can also be interpreted as a reference used to obtain..
by Best Novel Review on May 18, 2016

Off Our Shelves: In the Unlikely Event by Judy Blume

My husband and I didn’t go anywhere over the long holiday weekend so it was nice to actually take a few days to relax and do nothing. I filled my nothing hours by reading two books, Crooked Little Lies, and Judy Blume’s new book, In the U...
by Fantabulously Frugal on Jul 9, 2015

Musings on the Culmination of Judy Blume’s Career

Judy Blume shocked me and, judging from the gasps and baffled laughter, almost everyone else in the audience attending the Los Angeles stop of her book tour, when she called her books predating In the Unlikely Event preparatory works for … Cont...
by Book Riot on Jun 20, 2015

Judy Blume Meets Molly Ringwald: 10 Perfect Moments

On Sunday, in a theatre in San Francisco, a queue of hundreds of 30 and 40-something women stretched down the block. We were there to see The Breakfast Club’s Molly Ringwald talk to the high queen of teenage fiction Judy … Continued You...
by Book Riot on Jun 13, 2015

3 On A YA Theme: YA Films on Netflix Instant

While most people know about the heavy-hitting YA movies that were made into films, including The Hunger Games, The Fault in Our Stars, Divergent, and the upcoming The Maze Runner, none of these are firsts in the category to make the leap from pa...
by Book Riot on Aug 27, 2014

A New Look for Judy Blume

Judy Blume is a mainstay in young adult lit. She was one of the first authors to tackle huge and heavy issues in teen lit, and she did so without shying away from the matter at hand. Teen girls especially … Continued You just finished reading...
by Book Riot on May 12, 2014

The Baggage of Blumeness: Two Rioters Do WIFEY

Bookish women of a certain age all did kind of the same thing around kind of the same time, I am convinced — around 12 or 13, we finished with all the Judy Blume the library had to offer us in the children’s section and, armed with very very...
by Book Riot on Jan 15, 2013

Inbox/Outbox: December 21, 2012

There’s not been any rhyme or reason to my reading this week. I’m picking up whatever appeals to me, and it’s so wonderful! I’m packing my bags today for holiday travel, and call me delusional, but I’m hoping for some s...
by Book Riot on Dec 21, 2012

Inbox/Outbox: December 14, 2012

I spent the weekend traveling by train, and for the first time in recent memory, I had several consecutive hours of uninterrupted reading time. It was glorious! I’ve also finally discovered the joy of reading on my phone (I know, I know…...
by Book Riot on Dec 14, 2012

Buy, Borrow, Bypass: December 6, 2012

Everything I Needed to Know About Being a Girl I Learned from Judy Blume edited by Jennifer O’Connell Readers of a certain vintage will doubtless remember thinking of Blubber when they were bullied, and Are You There God? It’s Me, Margare...
by Book Riot on Dec 6, 2012

Are you there, Doc? It's me, Judy

It is with sadness that we welcome Judy Blume to the breast-cancer sisterhood. It sounds like she's making the best of it and she has an early stage. We at Cancer Bitch Central wish her well.
by Cancer Bitch on Nov 10, 2012

I Have Been Nominated for the Liebster Award

I have been nominated for the Liebster Award.  Thank you so much to Lois over at Living Simply Free simple living in 300 sq ft apartment and loving it. For this award, I have received 11 questions to answer.  I hope … Continue reading →...
by searching for the happiness on Oct 25, 2012

What if famous literary characters moved to Edmonton?

Quasimodo, The Hunchback of Notre Dame by Victor Hugo Dec. 4, 2012 I’ve found a lovely little hollow under what the locals call the “High Level Bridge.” It’s nothing like my belltower but… Read More →...
by thetrentwilkie on Oct 3, 2012

Beach Reads: Summer Sisters

I was still in college when Summer Sisters I discovered Judy Blume had written a couple of adult fiction books and I had to have them IMMEDIATELY. My childhood icon writing adult fiction? Yes, please! My adult Judy Blume discovery started with Summer...
by Fantabulously Frugal on Feb 23, 2012


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