Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Donor Intros: Day One!

Hello all and happy Wednesday! Today I get to begin the reveal of this year's AMAZING Writers For Hope donors. There are so many great and generous people to introduce so, to keep things organized, I'm going alphabetically.

While I could go on and on here about how awesome all these donors are, you didn't come here to read my incessant gushing - especially if you're someone who has spoken to me at any point in the past two weeks, because you've been listening to it nonstop - no, you're here to actually meet these fabulous people. So, I won't take up anymore of your time.

But they are all awesome.

There, I got that off my chest. Feeling much better. And now on to our donors!



Dahlia Adler

Dahlia Adler is an Associate Editor of Mathematics by day, a Copy Editor by night, and a writer for the B&N Teen Blog at every spare moment in between. She is the author of Behind the Scenes, Last Will and Testament, and the upcoming Under the Lights. She lives in New York City with her husband and their overstuffed bookshelves.

Learn more about Dahlia on her website or follow her on Twitter!

Donation: Query Critique



Ronni Arno

Ronni Arno writes middle-grade and young adult novels, because she thinks kids are cool, and so are the books they read. Her debut, RUBY REINVENTED, publishes with Simon & Schuster/Aladdin in Fall 2015. Her second book, POPPY SEEDS, publishes with Simon & Schuster/Aladdin in Summer 2016. Ronni lives on the coast of Maine, where she stalks her kids for story ideas, kayaks and eats chocolate...but not usually at the same time.

Learn more about Ronni on her website or follow her on Twitter!

Donation: First Three Chapters Critique



Lauren Baratz-Logsted

Lauren Baratz-Logsted is the author of over 30 books for nearly every age group and in nearly every genre imaginable, including The Bro-Magnet (adults), Little Women and Me (YA), and the nine-book series for young readers, The Sisters 8, which she created with her husband and daughter. Before being published, she was an independent bookseller, a freelance editor, a book reviewer, a sort-of librarian, and a window washer.

Learn more about Lauren on her website or follow her on Twitter!

Donation: Signed copy of THE TWIN'S DAUGHTER



That's all you're getting today, my friends, but check back in tomorrow and Friday for more donor intros!




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