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On Shameless Self-Promotion

I’m lucky enough to live in a city with many other young adult writers. I get to see them on a fairly regular clip and talk shop, as they say. I always feel immensely grateful for this. That I can sit down and make dinner and talk with people who understand what it is to live and work and write not just in the publishing industry, but within our little niche and corner of that […]

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Happy Birthday, KINGDOM OF THE BLAZING PHOENIX!

I can’t believe I’m writing this post! It feels surreal to say: “Yesterday, my second book was released into the world” when I am still reeling from the fact that I had one published at all last year. That’s one of the strangest things about the road to getting published. You can try and fail, try and fail, and try and fail for the better part of a decade, churning out words that you begin to […]

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Introducing Sarah Gerton!

By day, Sarah Gerton puts her obsession with YA and MG books to use as an associate literary agent in New York; by night, under the pen name Sara Holland, she’s the New York Times bestselling author of Everless (out now from HarperTeen!) and its upcoming sequel Evermore. She grew up in small-town Minnesota and now spends her free time exploring the city, seeking out new sources of books and caffeine, and hanging out on Twitter @Sara__Holland and Instagram @sarahollandwrites Welcome […]

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Introducing Scott Reintgen!

Scott Reintgen is the author of the Nyxia Triad series. As a former teacher, he always writes with his students in mind. Every story is a chance for those students to see themselves as heroes on the pages of a book. His focus is on writing young adult and middle grade literature. You can follow him on Facebook, Instagram, and on Twitter at @Scott_Thought. Welcome to PubCrawl, Scott! We are thrilled to have you join […]

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Remember To Celebrate the Small Joys

I say this every time a new season rolls around, but I cannot believe how quickly the time goes. It has been almost a year since I got published! Eleven months and change since October 10, 2017, when FOREST OF A THOUSAND LANTERNS came out in hardcover and my lifelong dream was realized. And yesterday, on September 11, 2018, the paperback version hit shelves: I’ve talked a lot on social media about public trophies vs. […]

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