There’s nothing like hearing the exciting news of teen authors releasing their first book. Writing a book is…hard. It’s frustrating. And, at the end of the day, all you get is a handful of paper wrapped in a shiny cover or (even crazier) an electronic mass of words to use on a kindle, and we call that satisfying?! Are writers crazy?!
Yes, we are. And, boy, is it satisfying.
Today, we’re interviewing Charley Robson, teen author and co-writer of St. Mallory’s Forever. With partner in crime, Miriam Joy, the two have pulled off the gobsmacking feat of publishing their first book. If you want to know more about their
craziness writing jump over to Charley’s blog here and Miriam’s blog here.
Why did you decide to co-write a novel? (And whose idea was it?!)