Event Recap + Giveaways

traveling

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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SALT & STONE is coming!

Victoria Scott

One week, you guys! ONE WEEK! It feels like I wrote Salt & Stone a lifetime ago. Would you believe me if I told you I finished that book long before Fire & Flood released? Because it’s totally true! And now it’s going to be out there. Real. Watching everybody with its big, blue eye. (Dante would say, “Pow!” here, but that’s a different series so I’ll refrain.).

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Kirkus Reviews Recognizes SALT & STONE

Salt & Stone

When SALT & STONE received a starred review from Kirkus, I didn’t know life could get any better. I honestly doubted I’d ever see the day I got an agent. Or sold a book. Or sold a book to a New York publisher. And I definitely, definitely didn’t think I’d ever stumble upon a link to Kirkus Reviews’ February Top 12 Books for Teens and find SALT & STONE on that list.

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SALT & STONE Author Copies Arrived

Salt & Stone Hardcover

I can’t explain the feeling that comes over me when author copies arrive. It’s a moment I wait a year for, and sometimes much longer. Getting the SALT & STONE hardcover was especially exciting because of the new, jazzy cover. There also may be something in the acknowledgements that made me emotional to see in its finished format. I teared up seeing the Kirkus Review on the front cover, the mountains on the back, and the black and white interior that matches the first book perfectly. And yes, the hardcover spines match wonderfully for your library.

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