One of my favorite memories EVER is signing books at Mitchell’s Book Corner on Nantucket on a rainy July morning. Would love to be there now, sipping hot chocolate and browsing.
President Obama, Sasha, and Malia shop for books at Politics & Prose — a local bookstore in D.C.
Happy Birthday, Mark Twain, born 30 November 1835, died 21 April 1910
Mark Twain: Nine Tips for Living an Extraordinary Life
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Wish I could buy this for myself (and all my friends) for Christmas, wrap it up and put it under the tree — but I have to wait until MAY!
karissalipp asked: Do you have any upcoming books you're working on? I loved Nantucket Blue.
Thank you! Yes, Nantucket Red (a sequel) is coming out on May 13, 2014!
Travel can be tough, but don’t let it wear on you!
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lillys--closet asked: you may have answered this but I've looked everywhere and i can't find it!!! will nantucket blue ever be made into a movie? (please say yes)
Maybe one day, but not as of right now. I’m keeping my fingers crossed!
shababskabobs asked: I have discovered something that might not be a coincidence in the similarities between YA authors. Don't be alarmed; im not implying that you yourself have stooped so low as to plagiarize, but i thought you might wish to know that there is a character who went to boarding school, is a member of a debat team, sneaked thru abandoned steam tunnels and got burned, and talks about the panopticon, but exists in the Beginning of Everything as Cassidy Thorpe, and not just as Frankie Landau-Banks.
I know Robyn Schnieder, who wrote The Beginning of Everything, a little bit — and I have read the book! It’s a good one. Steam tunnels on college...
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