I recently discovered The Giving Keys and had this beauty made. I'll wear it for a while, but as you can see, it's not mine to keep. Just like Caroline said, we pass the key on. I'm not sure who this is going to, but someday it will find its new owner. It might
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
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. ❤️??
Exciting news, guys! EVERY LAST WORD is a semi-finalist in the Epic Reads Book Shimmy Awards! What an honor! And it’s in such wonderful company. ? There are many amazing books here, in every category. Please go VOTE for all your favorites at www.epicreads.com. VOTE HERE
In honor of #NationalPoetryDay, I wrote Sydney’s pretzel poem on an Auntie Anne’s wrapper. • • • At Auntie Anne’s, I always ask for soft, sugary, slippery sweet pretzels. Perfectly prepped and pinched, rolled into rings and ribbons, twisted into tantalizing tastes that tease my tongue and deliciously, delightfully destroy my diet.
My new novel, Every Last Word, is about a popular girl named Samantha who discovers a secret poetry club hidden beneath the school theater. When Sam first finds Poet’s Corner, she’s terrified and overwhelmed. The whole room is painted black, the furniture is completely random, and the walls are covered with scraps of
Sam is just beginning to discover the healing power of writing. Today’s Every Last Word teaser is from a short chapter titled “Let Everything Go.”
Today’s Every Last Word teaser. I can’t wait for you to find this secret room and meet the Poets.
Here’s your first EVERY LAST WORD teaser! More coming over the next two weeks. On sale June 16th. Pre-order HERE.
Writing a book is a solitary experience, and it often takes me away from my family. I love everything about writing except that part, so I’m often trying to bridge the gap, forcing myself to mentally step away from my fictional world when I’m with the real life people I adore, and on the flip side,