Untitled by Brianna Bolduc Rowan Lucas is pretty much like any other sixteen-year-old girl. She lives with her aunt Hannah and cousin April in futuristic New Earth, where space shuttles replace cars, and everyone rushes to buy the newest version of the Holopad. She’s Japanese American and can always be spotted wearing her beloved red […]
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We have helped hundreds of writers get successfully published through our workshops and our book, The Essential Guide to Getting Your Book Published. In Fall 2018, we are opening up our home and taking to the web to host two six-week master classes that will be tailored to the books of the eight writers who participate. Learn more.