It’s a book birthday party! Some of the top authors in YA fiction today—Erin Craig, Hannah Whitten and Kirsten Miller—join us to celebrate Erin’s new novel Small Favors.
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ABOUT SMALL FAVORS::
Ellerie Downing is waiting for something to happen. Life in isolated Amity Falls, surrounded by an impenetrable forest, has a predictable sameness. Her days are filled with tending to her family's beehives, chasing after her sisters, and dreaming of bigger things while her twin, Samuel, is free to roam as he wishes.
Early town settlers fought off monstrous creatures in the woods, and whispers that the creatures still exist keep the Downings and their neighbors from venturing too far. When some townsfolk go missing on a trip to fetch supplies, a heavy unease settles over the Falls.
Strange activities begin to plague the town, and as the seasons change, it's clear that something is terribly wrong. The creatures are real, and they're offering to fulfill the residents' deepest desires, however grand, for just a small favor. These seemingly trifling demands, however, hide sinister intentions. Soon Ellerie finds herself in a race against time to stop Amity Falls, her family, and the boy she loves from going up in flames.
About Erin Craig
New York Times bestselling author of House of Salt and Sorrows, Erin A. Craig has always loved telling stories. After getting her B.F.A. from the University of Michigan, in Theatre Design and Production, she stage managed tragic operas with hunchbacks, séances, and murderous clowns, then decided she wanted to write books that were just as spooky. An avid reader, decent embroiderer, rabid basketball fan, and collector of typewriters, Erin makes her home in West Michigan with her husband and daughter.
Kirsten Miller is the New York Times bestselling author of more than a dozen young adult and middle grade books, including the acclaimed Kiki Strike series, which readers often laud as their “first feminist handbook” and How to Lead a Life of Crime. Kirsten is also the co-author of two bestselling book series with actor Jason Segel and the forthcoming adult novel The Change. She splits her time between Brooklyn and the Hudson Valley.
Hannah Whitten has been writing to amuse herself since she could hold a pen, and sometime in high school, figured out that what amused her might also amuse others. When she’s not writing, she’s reading, making music, or attempting to bake. She lives in Tennessee with her husband and children in a house ruled by a dog and two temperamental cats.