Author Guest Post

Author Guest Post

Siobhan Vivian’s Favorite Lady Bosses

by Siobhan Vivian

  My new novel, Stay Sweet, takes place at a local, beloved ice cream stand which is owned and staffed completely by young women. During a particular summer, my main character, Amelia, becomes the manager of the stand and she—for a series of spoiler-y reasons I won’t dare share in this essay—struggles to do her […]

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Behind the Book

5 Under-the-Radar Female Role Models We Learned About from Limitless

by Natasha Puetz

Powerful women are everywhere…we just don’t always hear about them. Take a moment and learn about these five women who changed the course of history. 5 Under-the-Radar Female Role Models We Learned About from Limitless  Gilda Radner – American Comedian Despite battling multiple disorders during her lifetime, Gilda quickly became an extremely influential woman in […]

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8 Secrets Behind FREEFALL

by Joshua Bellin

There’s always more to a book than meets the eye. Here’s some behind-the-scenes info about my new YA science fiction novel Freefall! 1. I started writing Freefall in November 2013, the first time I participated in National Novel Writing Month or NaNoWriMo (where participants attempt to write a novel in thirty days). I wrote 50,000 […]

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Two Road Trips—One Novel

by Brendan Kiely

The Last True Love Story, the latest from Brendan Kiely, critically acclaimed author of The Gospel of Winter and co-author of All American Boys, is finally available in paperback! A classic teen love story following two teens on a cross-country journey of the heart and soul, thematically The Last True Love Story is a departure […]

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PhilanthroParties! and How Kids Can Give Back

by Lulu Cerone

We place a lot of value on “firsts.” First love, first job, first day of school. We often remember them in vivid detail, and even if they weren’t positive experiences (what I would give to redo my first kiss), we usually look back on them with fondness. I think that’s because “firsts” remind us of […]

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