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WELCOME TO THE BLOG! With over 140 interviews logged to date, I love nothing more than getting the chance to talk to authors about their books, the writing process, what they've learned navigating the publishing journey, and even picking their brains on craft-related topics (such as how to write distinct POVs and world-building tips). They've taught me so much! I hope you enjoy reading through these amazing interviews as much as I've enjoyed putting them together.

Author Spotlight: June Hur talks THE SILENCE OF BONES

I'm so happy to feature June Hur on today's blog! June was born in South Korea and raised in Canada, except for the time when she moved back to Korea and attended high school there. She studied History and Literature at the University of Toronto, and began writing her debut novel, THE SILENCE OF BONES, after obsessing over books about Joseon Korea. When she's not writing, she works as an assistant for the public library or can be found journaling at a coffee shop. June currently lives in Toronto with her husband and daughter. THE SILENCE OF BONES is available now from Feiwel & Friends. Check out the synopsis, a link to an excerpt, and the full interview below. June Hur's elegant and haunting

Author Spotlight: Heather Demetrios talks LITTLE UNIVERSES

I'm so happy to welcome Heather Demetrios on today's blog! Heather is a critically acclaimed author, writing coach, and certified meditation teacher. She has an MFA in Writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts and is a recipient of the PEN New England Susan P. Bloom Discovery Award for her debut novel, Something Real. Her novels include Little Universes, I’ll Meet You There, Bad Romance, as well as the Dark Caravan fantasy series: Exquisite Captive, Blood Passage, and Freedom’s Slave. Her non-fiction includes the Virginia Hall biography Code Name Badass and she is the editor of Dear Heartbreak: YA Authors and Teens on the Dark Side of Love. Her honors include books that have been named Bank

Author Spotlight: Claribel A. Ortega talks GHOST SQUAD

I'm so excited to welcome Claribel A. Ortega on today's blog! Claribel is a former reporter who writes Young Adult and Middle Grade fantasy inspired by her Dominican heritage. When she’s not busy turning her obsession with eighties pop culture, magic and video games into books, she’s filming videos for her YouTube channel or making GIFS for her small graphic design business, GIFGRRL.​ Claribel’s debut middle grade novel GHOST SQUAD is out now from Scholastic! Check out the synopsis and full interview below. Coco meets Stranger Things with a hint of Ghostbusters in this action-packed supernatural fantasy. For Lucely Luna, ghosts are more than just the family business. Shortly before Halloween

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