New Clients

Welcome Jordan Reeves!!

I’m so excited to be working with the phenomenal Jordan Reeves!

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Jordan is an eleven-year-old inventor born with a limb difference. She built her own glitter-shooting prosthetic attachment called Project Unicorn, which is the epitome of awesome. Jordan advocates for science, education, awareness, and gives back to her community. Not to mention she’s a superstar, and has appeared on Shark Tank, the Rachel Ray Show, done her own TED talks, and been written about everywhere from CNN to The Nerdist.

Jordan is a true superhero, and has such an amazing story and message to share. You should check out Jordan’s rockstar mom, Jen, on her blog Born Just Right, which is all about Jordan’s life and experiences.

It’s an honor to be working with the Reeves!

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@bornjustright
Born Just Right Facebook page

Welcome Ashok Banker!

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Speeding through my inbox a few weeks ago I read a proposal that stopped me in my tracks– a y.a. fantasy so thoroughly original and unlike anything I’d read in a long time. A temple heist, demons that rise out of manmade surfaces, flying police wagons, a mid-air chase over the rooftops of a lavish city…
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It should have been no surprise that this idea sprung from the brain of Ashok Banker, author of bestselling retellings of Indian mythological epics, the Ramayana and the Mahabharata series. I cannot  WAIT for you all to read his new y.a. trilogy, RISE AS ONE. It’s like Six of Crows meets Ember in the Ashes, meets some other, wild, psychedelic thing you’ve never seen before.

And it doesn’t hurt that he is just the nicest guy you’ll ever meet 🙂

Welcome Ashok!

Welcome New Client Ann Dee Ellis

Ann Dee Ellis_picI am so excited to be representing the phenomenal Ann Dee Ellis, author of This is What I DidEverything is Fine, and The End or Something Like That. I’ve been a fan of Ann Dee’s superlative, heart-breaking writing for many years, and was fortunate enough to meet her at the Writing and Illustrating for Young Readers conference In Utah back in 2012. Ann Dee has a knack for tackling immense yet personal issues with gorgeous prose– I have never *not* cried reading one of her novels, and it’s a joy to now be working with her.

Ann Dee teaches writing at Brigham Young University and spends the rest of her time hanging out with her husband and five energetic kids in the foothills of the rocky mountains.

Welcome to the family, Ann Dee!This Is What I Did

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