It’s been a been busy summer! With the exception of a brief jaunt to visit family in California, I’ve been nose-to-the-grindstone, hard at working finishing my next novel, Latitude Zero, which I’m pleased to report is now in the final editing stages! I’ll talk more about this project later — I’m feeling almost ready to let go of it and send it out into the world!
I’ll return to the blog very soon, but for now, I wanted to share some information about a wonderful festival coming up soon (September 21st!) here in Massachusetts. It’s the second annual Boston Teen Author Festival! If you’re in the area, swing by the Cambridge Public Library and meet 22 YA authors from New England. We’ll be talking in various panel discussions, signing books, and chatting with readers in an informal meet and greet session. I did this festival last year too, when it was at Emerson College, and it was lots of fun.
Enjoy the remaining days of summer!
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