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This event will remain accessible until March 1st for members with General and Full Admission, and March 22nd for members with Extended and Time Traveler Admission.
Alexa Donne is a Ravenclaw who wears many hats, including teen mentoring, college admissions essay consulting, fan convention organizing, YouTube-ing and podcasting. Her debut novel, Brightly Burning, is a YA retelling of Jane Eyre set in space. Her next book, The Stars We Steal, is Jane Austen meets the Bachelor, and is set in the same universe as her debut. When she’s not writing science fiction and fantasy for teens, Alexa works in international television marketing. A proud Boston University Terrier, she lives in Los Angeles with two fluffy ginger cats named after YA literature characters. Visit her at AlexaDonne.com or on most social media spaces @alexadonne.
Born and raised in snowy Wisconsin, Claire Swinarski is the middle grade author of What Happens Next, coming May 19 2020 from HarperCollins. You can usually find her scribbling away, drinking coffee, or wrangling her two littles. She’s also the voice behind Making A Middle Grade, a podcast about her book publishing journey.
Jennifer Camiccia has lived in the wilds of Los Angeles, where she wrote her first book at the tender age of five; Iran, where she developed a fear of camels and a fondness for pistachios; Hawaii, with its balmy breezes and memories of learning to swim; and the San Francisco Bay Area, where she now lives with her children and husband. The Memory Keeper is her debut novel.
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Alexa Donne, Claire Swinarski, Jennifer Camiccia