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Jabberwocky Newsletter for Kids Librarians
You should feel sorry for my parents. Why? Because I’ve been an insomniac basically since early childhood – and let me tell you, having a screaming, wide awake four year old running around at all hours of the day and night– well, let’s just say my parents should probably be on the fast track to sainthood. They finally made a deal with me: I could stay up as late as I wanted, BUT I had to stay in bed. That was cool with me, because it gave me an opportunity to do the thing I love the most – read. And you know what’s even cooler? Being at a place like Sourcebooks where it’s basically my job to read and talk about how much I love books. Guess we don’t really change all that much when we grow up. But don’t worry – I don’t do the screaming and crying thing anymore – totally over that.
I've been spoiled by books since I was a teeny, tiny baby (one of the many perks of growing up in my family's independent bookstore, Anderson's, only a few miles away from us here at Sourcebooks). It might not have been as cool as growing up in a chocolate factory, but then again, people don't mysteriously disappear mid-tour—no offense, Charlie. I've always been a fiction girl at heart and LOVE talking books with anyone who will listen.
I have always been an avid reader, and I was lucky enough to have a mom who would load all of her daycare kids into the van to drive me down to the local library. I was so happy when I turned 16 and could drive myself. There was only one problem: despite living in a tiny town, I didn’t know how to get anywhere! Every time I got in a car my nose was in a book. I don’t know how we used to survive without Google maps.
I started my publishing career at age four at my local library, where I insisted on “helping organize” the children’s section…by color. Strangely enough, those same librarians gave me a part-time job twelve years later. I now edit young adult fiction for the Fire imprint and adult romance for Casablanca—because I still can’t resist a happily-ever-after ending.
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