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My new book THE ARISTOBRATS hits shelves September 7th. I still have a few precious ARCs stashed away for an interested reviewer.I wanted the series to be a kind of anti-Clique. Popular girls, yes, but undyingly loyal friends, incredibly plucky and smart...and hello, nice.Out:Mean. In:Nice. (Mean girls are so two-thousand-and-late!)My editor was Dan Ehrenhaft of Alloy fame (Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, Gossip Girl, Pretty Little…See More
My new book, THE ARISTOBRATS hits shelves September 7th. I still have a few precious ARCs stashed away for an interested reviewer. I wanted this YA series to be a kind of anti-Clique. Popular girls, yes, but undyingly loyal friends, incredibly plucky and smart and...hello!?...nice. Out: Mean. In: Nice. (Mean girls are so two-thousand-and-late!)My editor was Dan Ehrenhaft of Alloy fame (Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, Gossip Girl,…See More
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I'm the author of THE ARISTOBRATS – about four best friends who’ve finally made it the very top of the populadder at Wallingford Academy only to be handed an assignment that threatens to ruin everything (even their friendship).
Like the characters, I once attended an exclusive private school where my spot on the populadder waivered depending on whatever haircut I had at the time (long: good, short: not so good) and where the idea for this book began.
Soon after the teenage angst, I moved to Manhattan, where I was an advertising creative director, wore a lot of cool clothes, and worked with a few famous guys named Spike.
I was stuck in a meeting in downtown Manhattan on 9/11 when I decided to become a writer. My first novel, The Booster, started as an assignment in my first writing class and went on to become a national bestseller.
I now live in Mill Valley with my husband and two tweenagers. (And no, I never borrow anything they say word-for-word because that would be a terrible thing for a mother to do!)
I'm working on the next Aristobrats: Stay Pretty, Wallingford
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