I am so excited to share the final book jacket for my new novel, LITTLE DO WE KNOW. Many people worked so hard to create this work of art, including designer Marci Senders, paper curling artist Sabeena Karnik, and my wonderful editors and team at Hyperion Teens. It's been a joy to watch this artwork
I just adore Luanne Rice and her wonderful books, and I’m so honored by her kind words about LITTLE DO WE KNOW. Thank you, Luanne! I'm giving away a copy of one of Luanne's beautiful novels over on Instagram, along with an advance copy of my new book. Click here to enter! And stay tuned...
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
Karen is one of the therapists who worked closely with me on Every Last Word. She offered valuable insights at many points along the way, but I credit her most with helping me understand the dynamics of the client/therapist relationship. From the very beginning, it was important to me that Samantha’s connection with her therapist
Over the last few years, Kathleen and I have spent many hours in her bookstore, chatting about the stories we love. I don’t think I’ve ever left without a new book in my hands, and it’s always as wonderful as she said it would be. Since I hold her opinion in such high regard, you
I have such a tremendous amount of respect for Elizabeth Eulberg. In addition to creating wonderful and inspiring books you can’t put down, she clearly adores her readers, she’s hugely supportive of other authors, and for bonus points, she’s just so much fun to be around. Her positive energy is contagious. I am so grateful