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All We Left Behind Gets A New Cover!

All We Left Behind is getting a face lift! I’m so excited to share the gorgeous new cover for the paperback version of All We Left Behind! Isn’t she preeeeeety? I love the colors and the reference to the firefly jar (which is one of my favorite scenes in the book). This cover really captures…

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Tots, Tweens, and Teens Book Fest

Upcoming Event: Meet 40 incredible kidlit authors in one day … including me! Bridge to Books is hosting a FREE kidlit book festival on May 14th at Pasadena High School. The event is open to the public and will be held from 12 noon – 6 pm. The festival will feature panels for picture books, middle…

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AWP 2016 Awesomeness

I had an absolute blast at AWP16 this past weekend! I’m so grateful to everyone who came to my panel Staging the Story: Screenwriting Techniques for YA Fiction and saw me, Cori, Amy Rose, and Jennifer chat up a storm. It was a lively and wonderful discussion with a packed room! We talked story structure, visual storytelling, creative…

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Five YA Authors Talk About, Life, Love, and Loss

Join me this Sunday at the Los Angeles Public Library for a lively discussion with five other YA authors! Librarian and YA author Mary McCoy (Dead to Me) will be moderating the panel, which consists Jeff Garvin (Symptoms of Being Human), Aaron Hartzler (What We Saw), Cordelia Jensen (Skyscraping), Marisa Reichardt (Underwater), and me, Ingrid Sundberg (All…

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Creative Input = Creative Output

Two weeks ago I returned home from my honeymoon in New Orleans. It’s the first time my husband and I have been on a vacation in over three years … at least a vacation that didn’t include family, a major holiday, or getting married. It’s been so long since we’ve carved out time just for us…

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The Maypop Kidnapping Map

I’m excited to share a special little treat with you today. My good friend Cynthia Surrisi’s debut middle grade novel The Maypop Kidnapping will be hitting the shelves on March 1st. Why is this important to me? Not only is the book a complete joy to read, it also takes place in Maine. Additionally, I had…

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What a Wonderful World

Today is my birthday! It also turns out I’m away on my honeymoon having grand adventures in beautiful New Orleans, Louisiana. Lately, life has been busy. My husband is an entrepreneur, and the writing life is pretty much the entrepreneur life as well. Which means we never take time off. Never. We blog over the holidays,…

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