NaNoWriMo Chat

NaNo

I’m super jazzed to announce that Author Eliot Schrefer and I will be answering questions about writing teen literature along with This is Teen and NaNoWriMo. To join the chat, hop onto Twitter tomorrow, Tuesday, Oct. 14, at 7:00 pm ET and use the hashtag #NaNoTeen. Bring any questions you’d like to ask about writing young adult lit, or any other questions about our books you’d like answered.

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FIRE & FLOOD German Cover + A Giveaway

Check out this Hottie McHottie Pants! My Scholastic editor sent this beauty to me yesterday, and I just had to share it with you. It’s the German cover for Fire & Flood, releasing from Pengiun Random House in Germany (obvi.) early next year. I love the colors, the flames, and the simplicity. And of course, to celebrate I’m doing a giveaway! I have exactly one galley of Fire & Flood remaining, and if you win, I’ll personalize that baby and send it along to you. International!

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ARCs of SALT & STONE Have Arrived

Free Book Galleys

It’s always a magical day when ARCs of a book you wrote arrive on your doorstep. You hold it in your hands. You squeal. You dance around your living room in nothing but a towel to the tune of Janet Jackson’s old stuff. Err, maybe that’s just me? No, it’s definitely you too.

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Request ARC of SALT & STONE

victoria scott

I’m super jazzed to learn that advance reader copies (ARCs) of SALT & STONE will be available in a few short months. Because you guys are awesome, many have asked me how they can acquire their own early copy of the sequel to FIRE & FLOOD. If you are a book blogger with a review site, a librarian, a teacher, or a teen reader, feel free to email Scholastic at tradepublicity@scholastic.com and request an ARC.

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Super Exciting Book Deal News!

Victoria Scott

After finishing the sequel to Salt & Stone, I was faced with the thrilling question authors occasionally get to ask themselves: What’s next? I had a couple of ideas for Scholastic, and got to work on drafting proposals. One of the those proposals was, admittedly, way too dark/twisted/warped for the publishing house to buy. I went on to finish that manuscript, and promise one day you will get to read it in some fashion. But I can’t talk about that book…yet.

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