Are you interested in writing for young adults? We are delighted to partner with SCBWI to bring you five authors ready to answer questions about the wherefores, whys, and hows of writing YA literature. We'll talk about getting started, and keeping the writing energy going. We'll dive into the great "outliners/vs. seat-of-the-pants writing-style" debate. We'll chat about agents, cover letters, submissions, inspiration, and publication. Our special guests include Amelia Brunskill (The Window) Michelle Falkoff (Questions I Want to Ask You) Jessie Ann Foley (Neighborhood Girls) Caleb Roehrig (White Rabbit) and Stephanie Kate Strohm (Prince in Disguise.)
These five writers have a wide range of experience and a host of stories, and we encourage people just beginning to think about writing to attend, as well as those of you currently writing (or finishing) a YA book. Get inspiration, information, and creative energy from The Book Stall, SCBWI, and these talented authors.
Refreshments will be served, door prizes will be awesome and abundant, each attendee will receive a 5.00 off coupon good for any one purchase in the store, and our guest authors will be happy to sign copies of their work. This event is recommended for ages 14 and up, and is free and open to the public.
"A gripping tale of suspense, secrets, and the unbreakable bonds of sisterhood."—Karen M. McManus, New York Times bestselling author of One of Us Is Lying
Perfect for fans of David Arnold and Jeff Zentner, this young adult novel from the author of Playlist for the Dead is an intriguing mystery about family, secrets, and how to move forward when the past keeps pulling you back.
A powerful coming-of-age story about a girl whose encounters with loss, broken friendships, and newfound faith leave her forever changed, from Printz Honor winner and Morris Award Finalist Jessie Ann Foley
When Wendy Boychuck’s father, a Chicago cop, was escorted from their property in handcuffs, she knew her life would never be the same.
Caleb Roehrig, author of Last Seen Leaving, delivers another spellbinding YA murder mystery in White Rabbit.
Someday I want to live in a place where I never hear "You're Dusty's sister?" ever again.Life is real enough for Dylan-especially as the ordinary younger sister of Dusty, former Miss Mississippi and the most perfect, popular girl in Tupelo.