Jenny was the one who gave us our name, and it stuck.
If we have a mission, I have no idea what it is. Oh, wait a minute.
A activation email has been sent to you. Dylan Fontaine, the year-old narrator, lives in chaos: his mother has moved out to live with Dylan's art teacher; his older brother, Randy, gets stoned all the time and might drop out of school to tour with his band, The Dead Musicians Society; his father, an obstetrician, is never around, making their Brooklyn house the hour gathering place for the band and, maybe, a spot to stash drugs. Any time a character is doing something wrong or at least not right, it turns out they are just misunderstood. Select a valid country. Aug 22, Meredith rated it it was ok Shelves: ya. Yes, he stole two packages of Fruit-of-the-Loom underwear, but really
From a creative standpoint, who are your early readers? Do you have a critique group? If so, who are the members, and what about it works for you? My first reader is my husband, Ed.
We have a really good working relationship. I also have an amazing critique group, and we usually meet once a month.
When the six of us get together, we usually wind up laughing ourselves sick. Mostly I take one day at a time. My kids always seem to keep my life fun and vastly entertaining.
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Over the past few years, how have you grown as a writer—both in terms of skills and in terms of your creative philosophy? I suppose that either sounds intriguing or insane!
What was your inspiration for writing this book? What were the challenges? What do you hope that readers take away from the story? How about your new release, The Less-Dead? Could you tell us a little about it?
How did the novel evolve over time? Categories of Interest: Select All.
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