What’s New at Mixed-Up Files

You already know that From the Mixed-Up Files brings you the scoop on all things middle-grade Monday, Wednesday, and Friday each week, including posts from Indie Spotlight to New Releases to book lists, interviews, giveaways, and more! But there are a couple of new additions to the blog that we’d like to share.

Expanded Social Media Options

Check out our From the Mixed-Up Files Facebook page not just for our posts, but for other middle-grade content that we think our readers might enjoy.

And did you know that we have a Mixed-Up MG Authors Instagram page now? We’re having fun with this new very visual medium, so don’t miss out–follow us today!

And on the Blog

There are new things afoot on the blog itself too! Our new volunteers are bringing some great energy to Mixed-Up Files, which means we’ve been adding new content for our readers!

Contributor Books

Schedule a Skype Visit with a Mixed-Up Files Author

And, just in time for back-to-school, we’ve updated one of our most popular features, the archive of all our great book list posts:

Book Lists by Category

 

We’re so pleased to have one of our wonderful new members taking on the News sidebar as well. Keep a look-out for a curated middle-grade news feed on the left side of our site, under our Oh MG! mascot.

 

And that’s not all! Watch this space–an exciting new offering in nonfiction is coming this fall as well. Subscribe today so that you don’t miss a single post.

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Julie Artz
JULIE ARTZ spent her childhood sneaking into wardrobes hoping to find Narnia. Now that she's older, people think that’s creepy, so she writes middle grade instead. Her stories for children feature the natural world, folklore, mythology, history, and all that is magical about those things. In addition to contributing to The Mixed Up Files, she works as a developmental editor for Author Accelerator, writes about local Washington history for Gatherings, contributes regularly to The Winged Pen, and is co-RA of SCBWI Western Washington. She is represented by Jennie Dunham of Dunham Lit.

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