Tag: teenage years

What sport did J.C. Martin play in high school? You’ll never guess … just like the whodunnit in her book Oracle!

What sport did J.C. Martin play in high school? You’ll never guess … just like the whodunnit in her book Oracle!

Do you ever wonder what makes a person grow up, what experiences, what life elements give someone the imagination to write a crime thriller from both the point of view of the killer AND the cop and not be crazy themselves? There has to be […]

What was it like to be a teenage Rebecca Hart? Answers inside!

What was it like to be a teenage Rebecca Hart? Answers inside!

Remember … in band camp? Remember when we didn’t know anyone in band camp since we didn’t play instruments, but we hung out in Tina Rowledge’s closet and conjured band names and brainstormed the way the name would look on the front of the drum […]

What did a licensed, master curmudgeon do on prom night? See inside! Interview with Claire Gillian, author of The P.U.R.E.!

What did a licensed, master curmudgeon do on prom night? See inside! Interview with Claire Gillian, author of The P.U.R.E.!

Claire Gillian is a licensed master curmudgeon. Yes … she is. She has a certificate and all! So rather than talk about her curmudgeony-ness, I decided to make her walk down memory lane and tell us all about her those early high school years — […]

What color car did Jessica Therrien drive in high school? It’s in here!

What color car did Jessica Therrien drive in high school? It’s in here!

Welcome Jessica Therrien, debut author of Oppression, Children of the Gods #1, which JUST released! Now, as usual, this is a fun interview, meant to get outside the box of interviews and take us back. Since Jessica writes YA and oppression is YA, this is […]

Nerd? Geek? Jock? Snob? Where did Jocelyn Adams fit in high school?

Nerd? Geek? Jock? Snob? Where did Jocelyn Adams fit in high school?

So, I know this book isn’t YA, but I LOVE Jocelyn’s writing and wanted to find out what she was like as a teen … before she started writing for … adults. Luckily for me, I get to find out! Nothing’s better than being on […]