I'm on tour next week with these fantastic people who also happen to be fellow Hyperion Teens authors. Come chat books with us during the #LetsTalkYA Tour!
I’m thrilled and honored to share this blurb today! I love Robyn Schneider’s books, and it means so much to me that my story spoke to her. Thank you, Robyn! "Heartfelt, deep, and real. This book broke my heart and I loved every minute of it." In the spirit of sharing these author's amazing stories,
I'm so in love with this blurb for LITTLE DO WE KNOW from the amazing Robin Benway! "Little Do We Know is a sharp, affirming look at the boundaries of faith, the resilience of families, and all of the imperfect ways that we love one another. Through Hannah and Emory, Tamara Ireland Stone has created
Good news! My editors just gave me the green light to share the full LITTLE DO WE KNOW book jacket with all of you later this week! It is absolutely stunning thanks to Hyperion Teens designer, Marci Senders, and paper artist, Sabeena Karnik, but there’s something else that’s incredibly special about it: Kind words about
I was absolutely stunned when I learned that my first novel, Time Between Us, was going to be published. But then I got my first offer from a foreign publisher, and that was even harder to get my mind around. My book was going to be published in other languages? It seemed too wonderful
They're finally here, friends! I have two new books out in the great big world today: Time and Time Again, the gorgeous new bind-up of my time travel series, and the paperback edition of Every Last Word. Time and Time Again is a collection of my two time travel
MY NEW WEBSITE After many months in the making, my new website is live! I'm so excited to share it and hear what you think. We asked you what you wanted to see here and you gave us some great ideas. You’ll now find detailed FAQs, information about arranging school visits and
Look what I have! Finished copies of TIME AND TIME AGAIN just arrived and they're sooooo GORGEOUS! If you haven't met Anna and Bennett, here's your chance to get both novels wrapped in this stunning new cover! I'm so in love with our new look! Huge thanks to Hyperion and the amazing paper curling artist, Sabeena Karnik!
I’m so honored and thrilled to announce that Mit anderen Worten: Ich (the German edition of Every Last Word) has been nominated for the Deutsche Jugendliteraturpreis, the highest honor for children’s literature in Germany. I’m completely blown away, to say the least. I love this edition. This stunning cover has always been
PUBLISHERS WEEKLY: HYPERION NABS MIDDLE GRADE CODING NOVEL The news is out! I’m excited to tell you all about CLICK’D, my new middle-grade series with Disney-Hyperion! I’m going back to my tech roots with a fun book about friendship that I hope will also inspire girls to try coding. I’ve had such a
https://www.instagram.com/p/BFgKYXRQevm/ Absolutely honored to see EVERY LAST WORD on this important list and alongside so many incredible books. Thank you, @buzzfeed readers! And thank you, @viotoki for this lovely shot and your kind words. READ MORE
Thrilled and so very honored to learn that Every Last Word was named to YALSA’s Top Ten books for teens! And it’s in such impressive company. Huge thanks to all who voted and YALSA. Congratulations to all! Alive by Chandler Baker. Disney/Hyperion. 9781484706831. All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven.
INTRODUCING "TIME AND TIME AGAIN" If you’ve read Stacee’s post at www.toofondofbooks.com, you’ve already heard the big news! Anna and Bennett are getting a whole new look. And their stories are going to be bound together forever. Introducing Time and Time Again: Anna’s story, Time Between Us, and Bennett’s story, Time After Time, all
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Absolutely honored to see EVERY LAST WORD on this important list and alongside so many incredible books. Thank you, Barnes & Noble Teen readers! Every Last Word, by Tamara Ireland Stone Finding authentic, truthful depictions of obsessive compulsive disorder in young adult literature can sometimes feel like a treasure hunt. In this case, Tamara Ireland Stone’s Every