Hot Men of Children's Literature: Part 29 In a Series
A fellow blogger nominated today's HMOCL with the following post:
I made the necessary checks. Yes, Broken Sky could be called children's literature. I was also well aware that The Haunting of Alaizabel Clay is considered a YA classic, and a one-of-a-kind piece. I then quickly learned the additional following facts:Tho technically, he is more YA.Chris Wooding, the author of The Haunting of Alaizabel Cray and PoisonHis Broken Sky series is ages 9 to 12 according to Amazon, so maybe you can check out his picture and include him?I ADORE his writing.
- This fellow is a year older than I am.
- He had a literary agent at the age of 18 (oog).
- The bio on his site tends to use phrases like, "His formative years were spent in a grim, squalid ex-mining town in the Midlands, where the crushing monotony of his surroundings fostered a need for escapism that he found in books." (double oog)