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New Book and New Normal

By meggin,

It’s beginning to look as if many of us are journeying out of the darkness . . .

And into the light!

Spring is here at last, and so many good things are happening:

Here in the US, we’re entering a new normal…

(Part of entering the new normal is remembering not to wear see-through shirts in public.)

…and learning to re-enter society!

Since I last posted here, I celebrated my 28th wedding anniversary (He Who Shall Not Be Named in This Blog and I eloped in Italy on April 1,1993) in an actual restaurant (outdoors of course)!

(If you’d like to read a fictionalized account of our wedding, grab a copy of Every Boy’s Got One)

Aaaaaand I turned in No Words, the third book of the Little Bridge Island series! Here’s the official cover. I love it!

Click here to see a larger version and read a synopsis!

I talked here to the fabulous Maureen Lenker at Entertainment Weekly about it.

The inspiration for No Words (which is about two authors **who can’t stand each other** trapped at a book festival together) was missing book festivals during this pandemic. Since we didn’t get to go to any book-related events this year (except virtually), I wanted to write about one.

So I did!

No Words will be out at the end of September 2021. I don’t know if we’ll be back to doing in-person events by then, but I hope so. Otherwise, I’ll see you at some virtual events!

What else is happening? Well, I’ve been getting lots of exciting looks at the script for the Mediator movie that’s been optioned by Netflix!

For those unfamiliar with the Mediator series, it revolves around sixteen-year-old Suze, who has the ability to see ghosts (and mediate between them and the living).

The script closely follows Shadowland, the first book in the series …except for a few things, since a lot has changed since the year 2000, when Shadowland was first published!

Nothing has changed, however, for Jesse, the guy Suze slowly develops feelings for during the course of the series. That’s because Jesse died in 1850 and has been rooted to the same spot (which just happens to be Suze’s new bedroom) ever since.

I feel like In a way, we’re all a little like Jesse right now: Not that we died in 1850, but that we’ve been cooped up in the gloom for a really long time, and someone’s finally come along, thrown open all the windows, and let the light back in.

I know some of us are more ready for this than others. I personally have a lot of questions. Now that I’m vaccinated:

  • Is it okay to hug people I haven’t seen in a long time?
  • What if they’re not vaccinated?
  • What if we’re both wearing masks?
  • What if we’re standing outside?
  • What if one of us has just been on a plane?
  • Do I have fatty liver disease from drinking so much wine during the pandemic?
  • When exactly are we getting the second half of Lupin?
  • How does SNL know so much about me?
  • Why is Bucky kind of hot when he’s the Winter Soldier as opposed to when he’s normal Bucky even though we know he’s mentally tortured and we should all hope he gets help for his PTSD and finds a nice peaceful job as a barista somewhere on the Oregon coastline and takes up surfing?

These are things that are so confusing, they make me want to continue to sit on my couch and stream endless amounts of murder/cult shows rather than deal with them.

But we have to deal with them because knowing the answers will make us stronger (except for maybe the last one). It’s always better to go out into the light than sit in the gloom.

So I hope you’re busy trying to find what light you can, and getting out into it. In the meantime, know that I am right there with you (spiritually. I’m not stalking you. Probably).

More later.

Much love,

Meg

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Corona Princess Diaries Day 3

By meggin,

Coming in March 2023

From the desk of Princess Amelia “Mia” Mignonette Thermopolis Moscovitz Renaldo (and her royal biographer, Meg Cabot) as well as Avon Books, comes the book so many have been waiting for!

During the Covid-19 pandemic, a section of the diary of Princess Mia Thermopolis of Genovia fell into the hands of Meg Cabot, the Princess’s royal biographer.

As reported in media outlets such as Entertainment Weekly, The Mary Sue, Refinery 29, Bustle, and more, from March until June of 2020, sixteen entries of the princess’s diary were leaked by Ms. Cabot onto her blog, to the delight of over a million fans. Since then, readers have been clamoring for more of Mia’s coronavirus diary . . . and in March of 2023, their wish will be granted:

The Quarantine Princess Diaries is 300+ pages of not only Mia’s previously released entries (now edited and updated with completely new content), but more than two hundred MORE pages of entirely original, never-before-seen entries. 

Get ready to read about Princess Mia’s most heartfelt emotions while dealing with her personal (and political) battles while imposing health restrictions on her small European nation; life during lockdown (even in as idyllic a location such as a palace on the Riviera); a suspected royal affair; the invention (and implementation) of a vaccine by Michael Moscovitz (that could change the course of the pandemic – or at least the lives of every citizen in Genovia); and one very demanding royal grandmother.

Even better, Meg Cabot is partnering with real life human rights activist and royal Princess Mabel van Oranje of the Netherlands and founder of VOW for Girls, since they, like Princess Mia, share the same vision: a world where someday no child is ever a bride. With the purchase of this book, you can help raise funds to end child marriage in our lifetime.

Pre-order The Quarantine Princess Diaries now!

After all we’ve been through, what could be more comforting for any lover of royal romance than snuggling up with a brand new installment of the diary of the princess who started it all? Look for it in March 2023!

 

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Corona Princess Diaries – Day 2

By janey,

Coming in March 2023

From the desk of Princess Amelia “Mia” Mignonette Thermopolis Moscovitz Renaldo (and her royal biographer, Meg Cabot) as well as Avon Books, comes the book so many have been waiting for!

During the Covid-19 pandemic, a section of the diary of Princess Mia Thermopolis of Genovia fell into the hands of Meg Cabot, the Princess’s royal biographer.

As reported in media outlets such as Entertainment Weekly, The Mary Sue, Refinery 29, Bustle, and more, from March until June of 2020, sixteen entries of the princess’s diary were leaked by Ms. Cabot onto her blog, to the delight of over a million fans. Since then, readers have been clamoring for more of Mia’s coronavirus diary . . . and in March of 2023, their wish will be granted:

The Quarantine Princess Diaries is 300+ pages of not only Mia’s previously released entries (now edited and updated with completely new content), but more than two hundred MORE pages of entirely original, never-before-seen entries. 

Get ready to read about Princess Mia’s most heartfelt emotions while dealing with her personal (and political) battles while imposing health restrictions on her small European nation; life during lockdown (even in as idyllic a location such as a palace on the Riviera); a suspected royal affair; the invention (and implementation) of a vaccine by Michael Moscovitz (that could change the course of the pandemic – or at least the lives of every citizen in Genovia); and one very demanding royal grandmother.

Even better, Meg Cabot is partnering with real life human rights activist and royal Princess Mabel van Oranje of the Netherlands and founder of VOW for Girls, since they, like Princess Mia, share the same vision: a world where someday no child is ever a bride. With the purchase of this book, you can help raise funds to end child marriage in our lifetime.

Pre-order The Quarantine Princess Diaries now!

After all we’ve been through, what could be more comforting for any lover of royal romance than snuggling up with a brand new installment of the diary of the princess who started it all? Look for it in March 2023!

 

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Corona Princess Diaries – Day 1

By janey,

Coming in March 2023

From the desk of Princess Amelia “Mia” Mignonette Thermopolis Moscovitz Renaldo (and her royal biographer, Meg Cabot) as well as Avon Books, comes the book so many have been waiting for!

During the Covid-19 pandemic, a section of the diary of Princess Mia Thermopolis of Genovia fell into the hands of Meg Cabot, the Princess’s royal biographer.

As reported in media outlets such as Entertainment Weekly, The Mary Sue, Refinery 29, Bustle, and more, from March until June of 2020, sixteen entries of the princess’s diary were leaked by Ms. Cabot onto her blog, to the delight of over a million fans. Since then, readers have been clamoring for more of Mia’s coronavirus diary . . . and in March of 2023, their wish will be granted:

The Quarantine Princess Diaries is 300+ pages of not only Mia’s previously released entries (now edited and updated with completely new content), but more than two hundred MORE pages of entirely original, never-before-seen entries. 

Get ready to read about Princess Mia’s most heartfelt emotions while dealing with her personal (and political) battles while imposing health restrictions on her small European nation; life during lockdown (even in as idyllic a location such as a palace on the Riviera); a suspected royal affair; the invention (and implementation) of a vaccine by Michael Moscovitz (that could change the course of the pandemic – or at least the lives of every citizen in Genovia); and one very demanding royal grandmother.

Even better, Meg Cabot is partnering with real life human rights activist and royal Princess Mabel van Oranje of the Netherlands and founder of VOW for Girls, since they, like Princess Mia, share the same vision: a world where someday no child is ever a bride. With the purchase of this book, you can help raise funds to end child marriage in our lifetime.

Pre-order The Quarantine Princess Diaries now!

After all we’ve been through, what could be more comforting for any lover of royal romance than snuggling up with a brand new installment of the diary of the princess who started it all? Look for it in March 2023!

 

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The Boy Is Back

By meggin,

Can you believe summer is over? I can’t.

But I guess I’m glad if it means 2016 is going away.

Not that parts of it weren’t great. Remember how much fun we (okay, I) had when Remembrance came out? And Royal Wedding Disaster?  And the Rio Olympics? And the Rizzoli and Isles finale?

I WILL MISS YOU RIZZOLI AND ISLES. At least we’ll still have the books.

But there is a lot of 2016 I am not going to miss. Such as, the election.

And now the cat has had a “neurological incident” from which she is still recovering (requiring her to use a litter box instead of the great outdoors—a skill which, like driving for me, she has yet to fully master).

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Did you know cats could have strokes? I did not.

But, like humans, they can also recover from them, given time, patience, and lots of help  (which she does not appreciate in the least, much like Sylvester Stallone in Creed).

So let’s hope for best.

In the meantime, here are still a few things we’re looking forward to (besides a Rizzoli and Isles reunion special):

One is the release of my newest book for adult readers, The Boy is Back, which will be out in the US on October 18, and available in the UK/NZ/AU November 17. (Check your local publisher for more publication dates!)

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This is a brand new stand alone adult novel told ENTIRELY in texts, emails, journal entries, and even Amazon reviews (one character loves cats so much that she not only feeds all the strays in her neighborhood, she buys and sells ceramic cat figurines on Amazon. She would not find it ALL odd that we’ve currently spread blankets and towels all over our floors so the cat can walk more easily: hardwoods are slippery when you’re a cat that has had a stroke).

A scandal brings professional golfer Reed back home to the small town, challenging family, and first love he once left behind. Now Becky and Reed–and possibly the entire town of Bloomville–will never be the same, all because: The Boy is Back!

 (Here is where I tried to find the photo I took of all the ARCs I received of this book, but I can’t find it. So just imagine it, and click here to enter a contest to win one.)

This book is as much about the enduring bond of families as it is about second chances at love. (<– Says my editor!)

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Check out what some readers have already said about The Boy is Back on Goodreads!

If you want an autographed copy of The Boy Is Back you can get one by ordering it from Schuler Books! (You should really do this because it took me FOUR DAYS to sign these! Don’t make me have done it for nothing!)

Orders received by 10/9 will ship on 10/18!

OR you can visit me on one of the stops I’ll be making during my Boy is Back book tour in October. I’ll be making stops in Indiana, Florida, Michigan, and Oklahoma. Check out my tour page for exact dates and locations!

What else is going on? A LOT.

There are new re-issues of The Princess Diaries in France, leading up to the release of Royal Wedding (and a secret surprise) in December!9782011713506fs

And From the Notebooks of a Middle School Princess has just come out in Brazil!

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And don’t even get me started about how amazing the Brazilian cover of Remembrance (Mediator 7) is:

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There are a LOT of other things going on, but I want to keep them hush-hush for now. We’re trying to take things one step at a time. Otherwise we might get ahead of ourselves and fall into the water bowl.

It is enough to know that we can still find our comfy cat bed at the end of the day . . . even if our mom does accidentally keep leaving it next to the oven.

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Hoping your fall is filled with delicious discoveries and plenty of naps.

More later.

Much love,

Meg

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Happy Summer Reading

By meggin,

Happy Official Start of Summer (in the US, at least) and welcome back to the blog!

What are your goals for the summer? (If it’s summer where you are.)

Mine are to finish writing and illustrating the THIRD Princess Olivia of Genovia book (yes, I know the second book just came out last month, but that’s how publishing works – as soon as one book comes out, it’s time to hand in the next one!) and then to finish the pass pages for The Boy is Back, the manuscript I just handed in, which will be out in October.

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From the Notebooks of a Middle School Princess, Books 1 and 2, in stores now!

These goals are not so lofty. I feel as if they’re completely attainable. Not like past summer goals I’ve had, such as passing the Florida driver’s exam (written), or getting a dog, at which I failed miserably. I have faith that everything is going to work out this summer.

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Not my dog. Keeping it this way.

In the meantime, I had a great time on my Princess Tour! Thanks to all of you who came out to see me. I met a ton of fun new people, especially at Book Con, where I got to hang out with celebrities like the Property Brothers.

OK, lie, I never met the Property Brothers, but a lady popped her head into the Green Room and asked, frantically, “Are the Property Brothers in here? I can’t find them!”

“OMG,” I screamed. “YOU LOST THE PROPERTY BROTHERS?”

“I didn’t say that!” she cried, and ran out again.

HA HA HAHA!!!

But I DID get to hang out with a lot of fun readers and authors:image001

YA readers in Irving, TX!

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Marissa Meyer at BookCon!

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In the Escalade with Harper’s Pam Jaffee!

And more!

But ultimately I was happy to come home because as I think I’ve mentioned, the cat has feline dementia (50% of cats over the age of 10 do), so I have to keep an eye on her. There’s no telling what she’s going to get up to at any given time. Mostly it’s sleeping but it could be:

 

  • Meowing at her own reflection in the mirror.
  • Fighting with Carlos the iguana.
  • Sleeping on anything that remains still long enough for her to sit on, including tourists.

 

Mainly what I wanted to mention in today’s post is that a lot of you asked on tour what I’ll be working on next after the Princess Olivia books and the Boy is Back are turned in, and the truth is, I’m not allowed to tell.

FOR REAL. It’s a secret.

So instead, I’m going to tell you about the books I would put on a summer reading list for kids if I was in charge of designing one (and also if I had time to read anymore, which I do not, given my busy Netflix viewing schedule  busy writing schedule).

Anyway, a friend of mine told me what was on her kids’ summer reading list, and it was APPALLING, so I volunteered to make a new one for her.

She tried to say, “Uh, no thanks, Meg, you don’t have to,” and “That’s not how it works,” but I’m pleased to sacrifice my time for this cause. I do understand that a lot of careful scientific research goes into what kids are assigned to read over the summer, and also that parents complain a lot about what the kids get assigned to read (and the students do, too).

However, I really think my summer reading list is the best since I modeled it after the kinds of books I would have wanted to read if I were a kid who’d just seen Star Wars: Force Awakens, and then wanted to read some books that were in that vein (you know, adventure-y, or at least fun).

So here it is:

Princes and Princesses:

Lloyd Alexander’s Chronicles of Prydain series

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This was my all time favorite series as a kid, particularly the books that included Princess Eilonwy, a kick-ass teen sorceress who was always showing up on the adventures that the hero, Taran, had warned her were “too dangerous” for her to take part in. Ha ha, that did not turn out well (for Taran).

Neither did the not-so-good Disney movie—The Black Cauldron—that was based on the series and released in 1985. They’re trying again, though, and this time around, they might actually get it right.

 

Shannon Hale’s Princess in Black (for younger readers) and Book of a Thousand Days (for older readers).

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These would be much better books to assign for summer reading than Of Mice and Men. Everyone already knows that people can be cruel and that unfair things happen, because they’ve seen Force Awakens. So let’s just read about the bravery of young royals instead, and forget about those damned rabbits.

Sarah Mlynowski’s Whatever After series

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When a modern brother and sister find a magic mirror in their basement, it takes them on amazing adventures, and they end up improving the lives of characters in fairy tales in hilarious ways, helping Cinderella get a paying job, etc. While of course these books could lead naive kids (like I was) to constantly be looking for magic mirrors in basement, dreaming big is actually good thing. Look what happens to Rey!

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Going along with the sibling theme, let’s throw in  Kinda Like Brothers by Coe Booth.

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Only in this book instead of finding a magic mirror, Jarrett finds himself with a foster brother he doesn’t like, Kevon. If you’ve seen Force Awakens, you already know what happens when family members disagree (KIDDING), but this is the child friendly version, with crushes and farting instead of murder.  Anyone who’s ever had to live with a sibling (or a troublesome roommate at camp) can relate to this book, which is why it makes a perfect summer read that Booklist calls just plain “excellent.” Every kid will love you for putting this on their required reading list.

Blubber by Judy Blume

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This was my all time favorite book as a child because I could relate to the casual cruelty of the kids it depicted (in a much more realistic fashion than the kids in Lord of the Flies).

Whatever standardized test they give to 4th graders should be abandoned so that teachers have time to read this book out loud to them instead. Because Blubber will prepare them much more for whatever lies ahead. And yes, you know I’m talking about middle school and of course dating after college.

Unfriended by Rachel Vail

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I don’t have kids (for which many are grateful) but I do have a lot of nieces and nephews, and all I can say is that many of them seem to experience a lot of social media drama.  So this is a good book to give to any kid you know who might be having the same. And though Rachel is a friend of mine, I can say with total impartiality that because she actually has kids, she has a good grasp on this subject.

 

Do you know a reader who just wants to read about normal life? How about Alice McKinley?

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These books (over twenty in all!) by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor follow a young girl named Alice who lives with her dad and annoying (at least sometimes) brother. These books describe the daily ups and downs of Alice and her friends from their pre-teens all the way to college. I got hooked on them in my thirties, and read them all. Look out, or it could happen to you (or a reader you know), too.

 

Disaster/Adventure

 

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Do the young readers in your life like disasters? What about survival stories? What about plagues? YES PLEASE. This is why The Living  and The Hunted by Matt de La Pena need to be on your summer reading list, because there’s nothing more fun that reading about a world in peril while you’re sitting in the sun on the beach. And Matt does disaster (and survival) like a pro.

 

Hatchet by Gary Paulsen

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I’ve never read this book, but I know a lot of young people who have, and they tend to give it raves. It’s the story of a sad young man who gets stuck in the woods and survives thanks to his lightcaber–what? Oh, sorry–hatchet.

Hey, if you get stuck in the woods and your kid gets you out of there thanks to his hatchet, you will owe me a martini for recommending this book.

 

Historicals

If your reader prefers historicals, I recommend Kathleen Baldwin’s Stranje House series.

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It’s a spy school for girls, but in the 1810s! A little something for everyone…danger, intrigue, history, hot guys, romance, fancy clothes, Napoleon, horses, and humor. Kathleen has got you covered.

 

If the younger reader you know is more into historical with bad guys but no kissing, then the Newberry award-winning Al Capone series by Gennifer Choldenko might be just the ticket.

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A young boy and his sister move with their parents to Alcatraz in the 1930s (the dad is working at Alcatraz, not imprisoned there. Duh, that would be creepy). Drama and hilarity ensues.

 

 

Sci-Fi/Fantasy

It’s rare for me to read sic-fantasy these days because I read so much of it as a kid that I burned out on it almost entirely and now can only read books about serial killers, but these authors are so good, they have revived my love for it:

 

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You can’t go wrong with Tamora Pierce.  She is the original gangster when it comes to fantasy fiction, and she’s got something for readers of every age. If you haven’t tried Tamora, you’re in for a treat.

 

Cindy Pon

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Cindy’s writing is lyrical and breathtakingly entertaining at the same time. Plus, she makes drawing look so easy. Sometimes I look at Cindy’s website and get mad at myself for being so lazy.

Malinda Lo

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All of Malinda Lo’s books are good but Huntress in particular drew me in. (Full disclosure: I know Malinda and like her – and her writing– a lot so it’s hard for me to be impartial about her…and her great books!) I loved Adaptation and its creepy sci-fi sequel, Inheritance, as well.

 

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OK I haven’t read all of Ellen’s Prophecy series yet, but I have it on good authority that it’s great, so get on it.

And finally, for your more mature readers who are sneak reading the sex scenes in your books behind your back:

Ursula K Le Guin

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I honestly can’t remember which specific books by Ursula K Le Guin I loved. I’m pretty sure it was all of them. But I also remember thinking Le Guin’s books were quite racy (in a good way) back when I was 13, so these are good books for readers who are ready for something more adult, but not, say, more ADULT.

 

The Dragon Riders of Pern series by Anne Mccaffrey

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A very kind lady gave me the Harper Hall series when I was 13 and sick in bed with raging poisoned oak (on my FACE) and it definitely distracted me from scratching. A teen girl on a far away planet feels like an outcast and runs away from her cruel parents only to find nine rare baby “fire lizards” that imprint on her and follow her around everywhere (including music school–it’s a long story, but it’s like the Jedi Academy for musicians).

This series (and then the more adult Dragon Riders of Pern) might be a bit dated but will definitely resonate with anyone who might have felt like an outcast too from time to time.

 

Well, I know I’ve left off a ton of great books, but that’s only because I’ve run out of time and have to get to work on my own books  or I won’t achieve my summer goals.

Have an excellent summer break (if I don’t talk to you before it ends, although I suspect I will) and remember:

 

Be safe! (Use sunscreen! Stay away from poison oak!)

Be happy! (Read books!)

But most of all

Be yourself!
More later.

Much love,

Meg

 

 

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Mia is back!

By janey,

Meg Cabot - Royal Wedding and From the Notebooks of a Middle School Princess

I can’t believe it’s been a decade and a half since we first met that so not-ready-for-royalty princess, Mia Thermopolis, and six years since we last saw a book about about her! She–and we–have come a long way since then, from barely passing Algebra, to that first kiss from Michael, to saving Genovia, her kingdom, from financial ruin!

And now they’re here at last: Royal Wedding, the first adult installment in the series that so many readers have been waiting for (and those who aren’t familiar with Mia’s secret diaries will enjoy, too), along with the first middle grade installment (with illustrations by ME!) for younger readers about a brand new member of the Genovian royal family, From the Notebooks of Middle School Princess.

I hope you’ll enjoy this trip back to Genovia! Long live us all, because we’re ALL Genovian princesses, in our hearts!

XOXOXO Meg

 

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Overbite

By heidi,

overbiteI can’t believe my new book Overbite is HERE!

For those of you who haven’t grabbed a copy yet, you can find it just about anywhere, (except your local church), from your local bookstore to your local Target . . . . it’s even downloadable in Kindle and Nook format!

Some of you have written to say you’ve already read and enjoyed it (and even posted glowing reviews). Thanks so much for doing your part help to spread the truth about the upcoming vampire apocalypse! … Continue reading

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Q and A with Meg Cabot

By meggin,

Hi, everybody! I’m home from my events in New York! They were tons of fun. Such great turn outs! Thanks to everyone who attended, and don’t forget there’ll be even MORE events the week after next in California, Illinois, and Massachusetts (check out the exact dates and times here).

After my New York signings I took the train down to Maryland to visit my mom and her boyfriend (you might remember him as the teacher from The Princess Diaries. Yes, my mom and my teacher are now living together! How fun for meeeee)!

I used my time on the train (and the plane ride home) to never stop stabbing my eyes out answer some of the questions those of you who haven’t had a chance to attend any of the This is Teen signings yet have been Tweeting and Facebooking me! So, look for yours below (not all questions asked guaranteed answered. More to come): … Continue reading

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Don’t Abandon Hope

By meggin,

A lot of stuff has happened since I last posted. I’m not going to bother giving a recap, since you all keep up with current events. It’s been the kind of month where some of us may have felt the urge to watch way too many Lifetime Movies of the Week in a row (such as Marilu Henner’s Fight for Justice or Angie Dickinson’s Deep Family Secrets) in an effort to escape our own real life problems, or the ones we keep seeing on the news. … Continue reading

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Rapture or Reckoning?

By meggin,

As some of you may know, certain theologians argue that at some point in the future there is going to be either a big party (known as the Rapture) . . .

. . . or those of us who have been naughty are going to be in bit trouble (which will be called the Day of Reckoning) . . .

Many people—such as myself—have been keeping a sharp eye out for signs of either event, and since 2011 dawned, things have been looking promising for a Rapture. I give you the following clues: … Continue reading

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