With only 2 days (or 3 days, depending on which side of the world you’re on) until release date, we’ve snagged an interview with teen author, Mirriam Neal.
Her debut, MONSTER, releases on 15th of June.
The year is 2053, and Eva Stewart is a promising young scientist assigned to a remote Alaskan facility. Here she will work for WorldCure, a global organization dedicated to finding the cure for fatal diseases. Soon she is made a Handler and designated her own Subject for research and experimentation. However, Thirteen is not what she expected, and Eva is soon drawn into a horrific plot kept quiet by WorldCure. As everything she thought she knew collapses around her, Eva must discover the truth behind her Subject, her beliefs…and herself.
Mirriam Neal is a nineteen-year-old young woman who lives and breathes words. She loves reading, weird music, coddling her characters, blogging, and blue fingernail polish. Above all else, she hopes her writing shows people that fiction can be so much better than they expect.
Thanks for stopping by Mirriam! And best of luck with the release of MONSTER.
Now, I’ll throw one of the questions to you oh-writerly-blogglings. Does music ever influence your writing? Has a song sparked a story idea before? (And are you excited for MONSTER?!)