Two fun interviews and a podcast episode!

Hi, friends! I haven’t been blogging much in this space because my Every Shiny Thing co-author Cordelia Jensen and I have been busy doing lots of interviews and guest blog posts as we gear up for the release of Every Shiny Thing in less than two weeks! (It’s out on 4/17! Hooray!)

Most of our posts haven’t gone live yet, but a couple of them have, so I wanted to share them here.

First, here’s a really fun interview I did with NY Times Bestselling author Jonathan Auxier. Check it out to see my best monster face, find out some insider information about Every Shiny Thing and other books I love, and enter to win a FREE COPY of Every Shiny Thing!

And here’s another fun interview Cordelia and I did with teacher Patrick Andrus, who asked such great questions about Lauren and Sierra (including where they are a year after our novel ends).

Also, as part of the Middle Grade at Heart Team, I got to join teacher and podcaster extraordinaire, Corrina Allen, to interview Karina Yan Glaser, author of The Vanderbeekers of 141st Street on this week’s episode of the Books Between Podcast (a podcast I cannot recommend enough, especially for middle school teachers). The interview was so inspiring and joyful to be a part of, and Karina shared so much fascinating information about her absolutely delightful book. Check out more great content about The Vanderbeekers of 141st Street in the March MG @ Heart newsletter and subscribe for the newsletter here if you’d like.

Thanks for bearing with me as I prepare for my first book to launch! I’ll share some more guest posts and interviews in the coming days!

Responses to “Two fun interviews and a podcast episode!”

  1. Linda W.

    Yay, Laurie! I can’t wait to check out those interviews! I turned in the one for the Tollbooth, so I’m looking forward to that posting this month as well. 😀 😁

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    • laurielmorrison

      Thanks so much, Linda! We loved answering your great questions and will be excited to see that interview go live!

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