This week, I'm featuring the author of A Singular Gift, Sue Santore. Sue is a beautiful lady with some amazing talents, namely writing! You can go HERE to see my review of A Singular Gift.
So, without further ado, let's get to know more about Ms. Santore's world...and don't forget to enter to win a copy of her book!!! Details below...
A Singular Gift
GL: What typical YA patterns were you trying to avoid?
Sue: I see so many young adult books that are very dark. Teen books don't all have to be full of dark, angsty stuff to have a good story. Another theme I find repeated in young adult novels is alienation from parents. Yes, teens are struggling to become more independent, but for the teens I know, their parents are still strong influences and very important in their lives. Many books get rid of the parents in some way. I had the parents out of the way in part of the story, but they still play an important part in Jean's life and that is reflected in the
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Given a choice, would you prefer to fly like a bird, walk through walls, or be invisible?
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