Archive for the ‘ New Books ’ Category


Fallout in the NYT!

Check out this great new review of Fallout in the New York Times!


Next Best Thing to School Visits

One of the upsides of doing so many virtual events these days is that I can make presentations and ‘visit’ with lots of schools without actually leaving my office. I did a bunch of these events to celebrate the release of Fallout, and a few were recorded. For those wondering what I usually talk about […]


Fallout in Shelf Awareness

Today’s Shelf Awareness has a great review of Fallout, along with an interview – check it out here!


Fallout on WAMC

Got the chance to appear on WAMC this morning, in a conversation with Joe Donahue one of the best author interviewers out there. Check out the recordng here!


FALLOUT virtual launch: 9/8/21!

The launch of my new nonfiction book, FALLOUT, is coming up. It’ll be a virtual event – a conversation with the amazing author Christina Soontornvat. Please come and join us!


Fallout launch event set!

I’m excited to announce that we’ll be doing a virtual launch for FALLOUT at my awesome local indie bookstore, Northshire Saratoga. It’ll be on Wednesday, September 8, at 6 pm Eastern – more info and registration link here. And for anyone interested in a signed copy of the book, order through Northshire and I’ll sign […]


Fallout featured on Fuse#8

We’re just a month away now… Here’s a cool new conversation about Fallout with Betsy Bird!


Born to Fly and Best-Of Lists

Maybe the number one question I get at school visits is some variation of, “Which of your books do you like the best?” And I always go to the lame-sounding line about how they’re all my children, and I can’t really choose… There’s truth to that, but honsety, I do usually favorite my newest kid. […]


Born to Fly in the New York Times

Here’s a great new review of Born to Fly – in the New York Times Book Review. Not a bad place to get one of the best reviews a book of mine has ever received…


Release Day for Born to Fly!

Next step: get out there and start spreading the word…