This week Stephanie Morrill

» Posted on Jan 25, 2010 in Blog | 9 comments

Congratulations to Emma for winning Gail Pallotta’s Love Turns the Tide and to Carole for winning Mary Connealy’s The Husband Tree.

This week I’m hosting Stephanie Morrill with Out with the In Crowd. If you want to enter the drawing for the books, please leave a comment on one of the post during the week with your email address. I will not enter you without an email address (my way to contact you if you win). If you don’t want to leave an email address, another way you can enter is to email me at The drawings end Sunday (Jan. 31st) evening.

Stephanie Morrill’s bio:

Stephanie Morrill is a twentysomething living in Kansas with her high school sweetheart-turned-husband and their daughter. She’s the author of The Reinvention of Skylar Hoyt series and loves writing for teens because her high school years greatly impacted her adult life. That, and it’s an excuse to keep playing her music really, really loud.

Blurb for Out with the In Crowd:

She knew changing her life wouldn’t be easy–but she never expected it to be this hard.

Skylar Hoyt may have vowed to change her partying ways, but it’s not so easy to change her friends. Even though the old Skylar is gone, she’s still not sure who this new Skylar really is. Add to that two parents battling for her loyalty, a younger sister struggling with a crisis pregnancy, and a new boyfriend wishing for more of her time, and Skylar feels like she can’t win. After all, how do you choose favorites among the people you love most?


  1. Oh, my teenage daughter would love it if I won. Please enter me. Thanks

    ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

  2. My daughter would love it. And I have to say I really enjoy YA novels, too! 🙂 This one sounds great.

    missytippens [at]

  3. Thanks so much for having me, Margaret!

  4. I REALLY want to read this book! 😀


  5. this book is on my 'wish list' thanks for the opportunity to read it 🙂


  6. Great book. Please enter me in the contest.
    Thanks so much.
    Wanda Chamberlain

  7. Please enter me in this giveaway–I know my daughter would like this book!
    bethnaf at hotmail dot com

  8. Sounds like Stephanie has a real handle on the teen pulse. Great to know that there are more YA writers turning out real books with real answers. I really like Stephanie's comments on when she got interested in writing, because my third grade granddaughter has been talking about it for a while. She loves to read and writes whenever she can. I'm going to send this blog to her mom. Thank you Stephanie and Margaret.

  9. Josanne, I'm so excited to hear your granddaughter is into writing at such a young age!

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