Podcast 18: Author Elizabeth Scott on Heartbeat, Writing Angry Girls, Reader Response & the Awesomeness of Courtney Summers
I could not be more excited to have one of my favorite authors, Elizabeth Scott, as a guest on our latest podcast episode!
Elizabeth's most recent novel is Heartbeat, which all three of us at CEFS have read and loved. It's a unique, emotionally intense, authentic examination of grief and anger that's unlike anything I've read. It's out tomorrow from Harlequin Teen and I really hope you'll check it out because it's one of my favorites of the year already. (While you're at it, you should read Miracle, which came out in 2012 and didn't get nearly the love and attention it deserved--here's my review.)
Elizabeth is the author of twelve novels (wow!) for young adults. She lives in the Washington, D.C. area. Prior to her writing career, she worked in a number a fields, including working at a dot-com burning CDs. You can learn more about Elizabeth on her website and be sure to follow her on Twitter, Goodreads and/or Tumblr.
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