LITTLE DO WE KNOW comes out in two weeks and I’ve been an emotional bundle of nerves all day! It’s always like that as release day nears, but this one feels a little different. When I wrote EVERY LAST WORD, I talked about writing as therapy. I introduced you to Sam and Caroline, who taught
A post shared by Tamara Ireland Stone (@tamaraistone) on Jun 16, 2016 at 4:05pm PDT Every Last Word hit shelves a year ago today! Here’s a #TBT with some of my favorite memories from the two amazing launch parties in the Bay Area and NYC! I couldn’t let this day go by without taking a
Every Last Word inspired @carinapierce to get this “words change lives” tattoo. And I have no words. #COAWest16
I love this! Make your own Poet’s Corner, guys!
Okay, I’m crying. You guys… one of my readers just posted this picture of the poetry club she started at her school after reading Every Last Word. This was their holiday party. ❤️??
Just a few of the beautiful people I got to meet in 2015... In 2015, I had the chance to meet so many readers, bloggers, librarians, teachers, booksellers, fellow authors, and members of my publishing team. While “grateful” is a lovely word, it doesn’t come close to expressing my appreciation for all of you. Speaking of
“I picked Every Last Word as my favorite book of 2015!” — Kelcey, Edwardsville Public Library Thank you so much, Kelcey! (Source: http://edwardsvillelibrary.blogspot.com/2015/12/our-favorite-books-of-2015.html)
If you’ve been following me for a while, or if we’ve met in person, you might know about this bowl on my office bookshelf. It’s special to me. Because it’s filled with your names. Some of you are in here twice. Others, even more. You’ve probably noticed that when you’re standing in a signing line at
It’s been such an honor to see #EveryLastWord in the Goodreads Choice Awards. It didn’t make it into the finals, but I’m thrilled that it made it so far! And all because of you. Thank you, readers! Now I have to figure out which of these amazing books gets my vote. So hard to choose
xybaldivia: Every Last Word by Tamara Ireland Stone Lessons I learned: 1. You can’t be friends with people who actually put you down; people who don’t care about your happiness, your feelings, your life. 2. You have to remove toxic people from your life and keep those who make you feel healthy and happy. 3.
I adore you, word nerds.
My publisher is THE BEST! Look what just arrived at my house… the word wall from ALA!!! Now, to make room for it in my office. Between this and the poetry wall, I’ll get to write surrounded by all these beautiful words. Thank you, @disneyhyperion!
I just wanted to take a moment to thank everyone who has read Time Between Us. In less than two weeks, it will be out on shelves and available to anyone who wants to read it, but for the last few months it has been in the hands of some pretty discerning readers: librarians, bookstore