A Belletrist Book Interview with Emma Roberts & Karah Preiss

I had so much fun going live with Emma Roberts and Karah from Belletrist! Facebook HQ was awesome–and so was talking about The Light We Lost with these ladies.

**Spoiler Alerts!** LIVE from Facebook New York **Spoiler Aler…

**Spoiler Alerts!** Belletrist's Emma Roberts & Karah Preiss are LIVE with author Jill Santopolo to discuss Jill's international bestseller, #TheLightWeLost. You can purchase a copy of Jill's book here: **Spoiler Alerts!**

Posted by Emma Roberts on Thursday, September 7, 2017

A 106.7 Lite FM interview with Helen Little!

I had such a blast talking about The Light We Lost with Helen Little for her The Public Library podcast. She is so awesome. Here are some other author interviews she’s done.

We're live for the Public Library Poscast with Jill Santopolo, Author of THE LIGHT WE LOST!

Posted by 106.7 Lite FM on Tuesday, August 15, 2017

I’m on a blog talking about books, refrigerators and feet!

The lovely Sandra Nickel featured me on her blog as part of her “What was on her…” series.  If you click here you can read about what was on my to do list, refrigerator door, nightstand, to read pile, feet and mind (though not necessarily in that order). You’ll also get to find out my favorite Lewis Carroll quote.  (Here’s a hint: The Queen of Hearts says it.)

Thank you so much for inviting me to visit, Sandra!

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year, everybody! I can’t believe how fast the fall semester flew by! I was flying all over myself, talking about writing from New York to Montana to Seattle and back again. I also answered some questions about sequels on the Tollbooth blog in November for an interview that the wonderful author Michelle Knudsen conducted on the topic. If you want to read the post, you can click right here to check it out. 

September News

Hello and welcome back to school! I’m incredibly excited this month because The Nina, The Pinta and the Vanishing Treasure got nominated for an award—the 2012 Young Hoosier Book Award, to be exact! Three cheers for all the Young Hoosiers—and their teachers and librarians—in Indiana! Also, if you’re reading this page while in Indiana and want me to come visit your school or library, please email me so we can set something up!