LITTLE DO WE KNOW is now available in paperback! If you like your books bendy, now is the perfect time to dive into this story about love, betrayal, and the power of friendship. Pick up a copy wherever you buy your books. BUY NOW Lifelong
My author copies of the Every Last Word paperback just arrived and wow... They're absolutely beautiful! Thank you, Hyperion Teens. You've outdone yourselves again! It's so pretty. And lightweight. Also, bendy. Here, take a closer look inside (click to zoom in): There truly aren't enough words to thank Elizabeth Eulberg, Marianne Follis,
I had to brave a fierce rainstorm to get my hands on this beauty, but it was so worth it. A List Of Cages is such a gorgeous book, inside and out. Happy Book Birthday, Robin Roe! I can’t wait to watch everyone fall in love with Adam and Julian’s story like I did.
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
What a night! Kristen-Paige Madonia and I had so much fun meeting readers and celebrating the release of her new book, Invisible Fault Lines! Huge thanks to Not Your Mother's Book Club and to everyone who joined us. We loved meeting all of you!
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
With my friend Stephanie Kuehn at the Northern California Book Award ceremony! Our books were both nominated for the 2016 book award for children’s literature. Wish us luck! (at San Francisco Public Library)
I have been really quiet about my next novel, Little Do We Know, mostly because I’ve been working on it nonstop for the last seven months. But I’ve been having a wonderful time bringing these characters and this story to life, and I’m so glad the news is out, because now I can finally
I love this! Make your own Poet’s Corner, guys!
Honored and thrilled to see that EVERY LAST WORD made The Best Children’s Books of the Year 2016 (Fourteen and Up)! Thank you, Bank Street Center for Children’s Literature! For the full list, click the button below. (Source: Best Children’s Books of the Year, 2016 Edition) READ MORE
I love seeing new covers of foreign editions. This is what Every Last Word will look like in Germany. The title translates as “In other words: me.” Which I also love. It comes out on January 25th from Magellan. You can preorder and learn more here: Lovely Books: http://www.lovelybooks.de/autor/Tamara-Ireland-Stone/Mit-anderen-Worten-ich-1210125142-w/ Amazon: http://www.amazon.de/o/ASIN/3734850215/lovebook-detail-21
What a nice way to start the new year! I’m thrilled with this review of Every Last Word in the January issue of School Library Connection Magazine: In this realistic and engaging novel, Stone takes the reader directly into the mind of a teenage girl who suffers from obsessive compulsive disorder. Sam strives to keep her disorder and her treatment
Oh, wow... I am so honored to be here. Thank you, Cybils judges, and special thanks to Jennifer Donovan at 5 Minutes for Books for nominating EVERY LAST WORD. Cybils announces shortlist; includes Walls Around Us, All the Rage The Cybils, a blogger-nominated award that honors the children’s and young adult authors
I just got the news that EVERY LAST WORD is a 2015 Cybils Awards finalist! What an incredible honor to be here, and in such impressive company: http://www.cybils.com/the-2015-young-adult-fiction-finalists. Congratulations, fellow finalists! Huge thanks to all the judges, and special thanks to Jennifer Donovan at 5 Minutes for Books for the nomination. Sam worries that her
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