Author Interview: Lauren Mansy

Meet Lauren Mansy.   Lauren grew up in the Chicago area, where she spent years working with youth of all ages, from young children to high schoolers. When she’s not writing, Lauren loves to travel, spend time with her family, and explore the city to find the best deep dish pizza. The Memory Thief, which … Continue reading Author Interview: Lauren Mansy

Author Interview: Cat Winters

Meet Cat Winters. Social media links: Twitter: Instagram: Facebook: Pinterest: The Interview. Hi Cat! Thanks for joining us today. Tell us a little about yourself. Thank you so much for hosting me! I’m the author of five novels for teens: In the Shadow of Blackbirds, The Cure for Dreaming, The Steep … Continue reading Author Interview: Cat Winters

Author Interview: Emily Roberson

Meet Emily Roberson. EMILY ROBERSON is the author of LIFESTYLES OF GODS & MONSTERS (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, October 2019). She is also the author of LIFE, MOTHERHOOD AND THE PURSUIT OF THE PERFECT HANDBAG, a novel for adults. Emily has been a bookseller in Little Rock, a newspaper reporter in Vicksburg, a marketing manager … Continue reading Author Interview: Emily Roberson

Guest Post: “Library Love” by Liz Kerin

Meet Liz Kerin. Liz Kerin is an author, screenwriter, and playwright living in Los Angeles. She earned her degree in Dramatic Writing from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. The Phantom Forest is her first novel. Social Media: Instagram | Twitter   The Guest Post.   "Library Love" Anyone who becomes a published author probably … Continue reading Guest Post: “Library Love” by Liz Kerin

Author Interview: Patrick Canning

Meet Patrick Canning. Patrick Canning is a fiction author who has released two novels Cryptofauna (urban fantasy/dark humor) and The Colonel and the Bee (Victorian adventure/coming of age), as well as several short stories (mostly sci-fi, horror, & humor). A big fan of gin & tonic, Calvin & Hobbes, and mac & cheese, Patrick lives … Continue reading Author Interview: Patrick Canning

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