I am thrilled to announce that my debut novel LET’S TALK ABOUT LOVE is nominated for Best Young Adult Fiction in the Goodreads Choice Awards! My book baby is in excellent company and tbh, I’m not sure if I belong there with those amazing books, but I’m happy nonetheless! If you’d like to vote for LTAL […]
Hi. I like your face. This week, you can read a spiffy interview with Geeks Out and myself And so far, this year’s been pretty great on the Let’s Talk About Love debut front: Swoon Reads is hosting an advanced reader copy giveaway (US Only) Buzzfeed included LTAL on this awesome list (#12! My favorite number!) […]
It’s January 2018. J A N U A R Y 2 0 1 8 Let’s Talk About Love comes out in 19 days! Can you believe it? Because I can. I feel like I’ve been waiting forever and now, the month is upon us. As we get closer to the release date (!) I’m going […]
Hey, everyone! Today, I’m over on the Swoon Reads Blog talking about the revision process for Let’s Talk About Love. Spoiler alert: It was not a happy process but absolutely worth it in the end… Read it here!
In the previous LTT entry, we talked about Seasonal Depression and my experiences in November 2017. For this post, I want to pull from my experiences in November 2016. Once upon a time, I got in trouble one year at Thanksgiving. Many families probably do this as well, but before dinner at 2pm (which is always hilarious […]
Today, I’m guest posting on the Quiet YA blog recommending some of my favorite underrated YA books for 31 Days of #Quiet YA! What is Quiet YA? Well, technically, “quiet YA” is about literary books with more character focus than plot focus. But “quietYA” is to celebrate books that aren’t best sellers, don’t have movie/TV adaptations, […]
A big theme in my book, LTAL, is communication or rather the lack thereof. In college, I majored in Creative Writing, but it wasn’t for fiction–it was memoir. I’m a notoriously private person and am trying (fighting) to scale that back a little. Let’s Talk About: Seasonal Depression Every November I, like millions of others, […]