Pandoras and Books Giveaway

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So, I have something pretty exciting for you guys. Go ahead and get pumped. I’ll wait here. *steeples hands* Are we jazzed? No, still need more time? NO MORE TIME FOR YOU! Know why? Because I have Pandora graphics! And a giveaway! And steepled hands because I AM PATIENT!!!

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Germany Loves THE LIBERATOR

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I’ve finally recovered from North Texas Teen Book Festival, which by the way, was amazing! The author dinner on Friday night was legit, the festival giant (3,500 teens, y’all), and the after party ridiculously fun. I sat on panels with authors I’ve admired for years. Authors like Jennifer Lynn Barnes, Nova Ren Suma, Jessica Brody and many more. At night, I mostly hung out with Julie Kawaga, April Genevieve Tucholke, and Adi Alsaid. Three people who know how to stay up late, if you know what I mean.

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North Texas Teen Book Festival

Victoria Scott

Howdy, readers! This is a quick drive-by post to remind you I’ll be at North Texas Teen Book Festival this weekend. Tonight, I’ll be attending the private party for authors. But don’t worry, I’ll share pics in a very un-private fashion.

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Event Recap + Giveaways

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I’m finally back in Dallas after being on the road for what felt like an eternity plus three days. Last week, I traveled to Houston for a release party and school visit with the amazing Sophie Jordan. If you haven’t read her books, guys, get on that pronto! She’s an amazing author, and a genuinely humble, kind, funny person. Trust me, I know. Because I am also humble, kind, and funny. Just kidding. I am only one of those things.

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SALT & STONE Parties

Victoria Scott

So, I just returned from MoCo Book Festival, and you guys, it was a blast. Friday night, I had some cocktails with Andrew Smith and Lindsay Cummings at the hotel. We talked about their way of life living in the Middle of Nowhere (creepy), compared to my life in the city (which they thought was creepier). The next day I spoke on panels with A.G. Howard, author of the Splintered series, who is a complete doll, and then signed copies of Salt & Stone for the very first time.

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