Camryn Garrett

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Only seventeen when she sold the book, Camryn Garrett already has an impressive online platform and journalistic presence. Camryn was selected as a Time for Kids reporter at the age of thirteen, and was featured by MTV as one of “8 Inspiring Teens Using Social Media to Change the World”. She has also written for Rookie and The Huffington Post, keeps a blog at For All the Girls Who Are Half Monster, and is very active on Twitter @dancingofpens. You can reach her at camryngarrett.com.

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