In five words or less, how would you describe the genre and age group you write for? Why do you write it?
"Entertaining, (hopefully) enlightening fiction." - Heidi Kling, author of Sea.
"Teen angst... angstier with magic! I love writing paranormal and fantasy fiction because the genre provides great metaphors to explore regular old human problems in exciting ways. Such as drama associated with being in between a kid and an adult." - Karen Kincy, author of Other.
"Middle grade historical fiction and fantasy. (Sorry, that’s six words!) I love middle grade because readers this age are so open-minded; the world is this big house with dozens and dozens of locked doors and the books they read are their keys, unlocking all these secrets that the adults try to hide away." - Kristin Tubb, author of Selling Hope.
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