STORYBOARDS, my young adult contemporary novella is now available as an e-book on Amazon for just $0.99! Here’s the description: Teenage filmmaker, Paige Lawson–also known as an “unintentional matchmaker”– is making her first short film for her college admissions portfolio Continue reading STORYBOARDS is now available!
As an author of a young adult novel and a huge fan of the young adult genre in general, I was super excited about attending YALLFest, the Young Adult Book Festival in Charleston, SC, about five hours from me. (I Continue reading My Experience at YALLFest 2013
People ask me all of the time how I got a literary agent or whether or not I have any advice for them about trying to get a literary agent. I’ve come up with a few helpful hints for the Continue reading Getting a Literary Agent: Five Helpful Tips
I have always enjoyed the young adult genre. But ever since I wrote my first young adult novel (I started it about a year ago), I have read YA almost exclusively. Peter Pan, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, and Continue reading Books: Fangirling about Fangirl
This is a re-post from my blog over at http://saracrawford.net but I thought it was appropriate given how involved I’ve been in the world of YA fiction lately. Above is a picture of me holding an apple in front of Continue reading Confession: I Respect Stephenie Meyer
I went to the Decatur Book Festival on Saturday. My friend (who used to manage a Borders and is a book pro) signed us both up to volunteer at the Teen Stage (knowing that I have recently completed a YA Continue reading Decatur Book Festival – Geeking Out About Young Adult Fiction (and other books!)