Figment Live Chat: On the Road with Maureen Johnson & Sarah Rees Brennan

Maureen Johnson Sarah Rees Brennan live chat

This Thursday 7pm ET, March 21, 2013, Figment is hosting an online chat with Maureen Johnson and Sarah Rees Brennan from their bus tour. Join them live here. They are working with Cassandra Clare on a series of novellas, The Bane Chronicles. They’ll be discussing the novellas along with their books.

Check out Figment’s online sweepstakes toobook covers for The Madness Underneath The Bane Chronicles and Unspoken

Live Chat with Rachel Hartman, Elizabeth Laban and Alexandra Monir February 28, 2013

Random House debut authors chat

Join Random House authors RACHEL HARTMAN (Seraphina, New York Times bestseller and Morris Award winner), ELIZABETH LABAN (The Tragedy Paper), and ALEXANDRA MONIR (Timeless), along with Knopf Books for Young Readers editor ERIN CLARKE, for a live chat on Figment.

Thursday, February 28, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. ET
Join the chat here

The event will include a half-hour moderated question-and-answer period.

Praise for Seraphina: “Full of grace and gravitas. Readers loath to turn the last page of this lush, intricately plotted fantasy will rejoice in the knowledge of next summer’s as-yet-untitled sequel.” — Washington Post

Praise for Tragedy Paper: “relatable and unusually gripping, even for an older reader…Romantic love, hard work, loyalty, friendship, suffering: Like the great tragedies that inspired the novel, it’s all here. LaBan’s take on adolescent life is rendered in the sweet, intelligent tradition of John Irving, but without any of the prep-school genre’s self-satisfaction.” — Philadelphia Inquirer

Praise for Timeless: “a captivating romance and mystery spanning three decades of high-society life and intrigue in New York City.” — Amazon Best Books of the Month

Enter to win a prize pack of debut novels from Random House: Seraphina, The Tragedy Paper, Timeless (and its sequel Timekeeper) and Dualed, by Elsie Chapman

Check out my review of Seraphina here