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January 24, 2018

Be among the first to read my next young adult novel, Little Do We Know. It doesn’t hit bookshelves until June 5th, but you can enter to win a signed advance copy of your very own right here! This giveaway ends January 31st.

❤ Tamara

ABOUT THE BOOK:Little Do We Know

Author: Tamara Ireland Stone

Publisher: Disney-Hyperion

Publication Date: June 5, 2018

Genre: Young Adult, Contemporary

Pages: 400

Next-door neighbors and ex-best friends Hannah and Emory haven’t spoken in months. Not since the fight—the one where they said things they couldn’t take back.

Now, Emory is fine-tuning her UCLA performing arts application and trying to make the most of the months she has left with her boyfriend, Luke, before they head off to separate colleges. Meanwhile, Hannah’s strong faith is shaken when her family’s financial problems come to light, and she finds herself turning to unexpected places—and people—for answers to the difficult questions she’s suddenly facing.

No matter how much Hannah and Emory desperately want to bridge the thirty-six steps between their bedroom windows, they can’t. Not anymore.

Until their paths cross unexpectedly when, one night, Hannah finds Luke doubled over in his car outside her house. In the aftermath of the accident, all three struggle to understand what happened in their own ways. But when a devastating secret about Hannah and Emory’s argument ultimately comes to light, they must all reexamine the things they hold true.

In alternating chapters, a skeptic and a believer piece together the story of their complex relationship with help from the boy caught somewhere in the middle. New York Times best-selling author Tamara Ireland Stone deftly crafts a moving portrait of faith, love, and friendship.


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Published on January 24, 2018 13:02 • 36 views

November 6, 2017

I am so excited to be in Buxtehuder, Germany this week! The local librarian and her amazing staff, volunteers, and donors have given me the warmest, most amazing welcome to their beautiful town! Follow my stories and posts on Instagram to keep up with all my adventures this week: @tamaraistone.

I’ll be visiting local schools and doing presentations around town, and on Friday, I’ll be accepting the “The Buxtehuder Bulle Award” at the 46th Annual Buxtehuder Bulle, the Jugendliteraturpreis German Book Award for Young People’s Literature (and likely doing so with tears in my eyes). I can’t begin to tell you how thrilled I am to see Mit anderen Worten: ich (the German edition of Every Last Word) achieve this incredible honor.

And I want to celebrate! Not only with the people of this beautiful German town, but with all of my readers everywhere. Because you all made this happen!


I’m giving away 5 signed copies of Mit anderen Worten: ich and 5 signed copies of Every Last Word–that’s TEN books to TEN winners! OPEN INTERNATIONALLY. Runs through November, 17, 2017.


Here in Germany, we have been talking a lot about the impact this story has had on readers. We find it interesting that people tend to connect with it in a very personal way, but that individual readers often connect with different aspects of Sam’s story. We’re intrigued. Please tell us: Why did Sam’s story speak to YOU? And if you haven’t read it yet, that’s okay–tell us why it interests you and what you think you might like about it.

Your voice—your stories—matter to me and I’d love to hear what you have to say. I might share some of your insights at the Awards Ceremony on Friday (names withheld for privacy).

That’s it!


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Follow the amazing librarians of Buxtehuder Library at @stadtbibliothek_buxtehude

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With my hosts, Ulrike and Susanne, and my dad.

I’m so honored to join these incredibly talented writers who have the distinction of being previous winners.

The local librarians are creating this card game–similar to the card game, Quartet–featuring fun facts the previous 46 winners!

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Published on November 06, 2017 15:40 • 22 views

November 2, 2017

Thrilled to see this wonderful review for Click’d in School Library Journal. Thank you!

Allie Navarro has just returned from Code Girls summer camp where her app, Click’d, proved wildly successful. The platform pairs people who share common interests: it’s perfect for those who are shy or otherwise uncertain about meeting new friends. Now all Allie has to do is present her app at the Games for Good competition where it could be picked up by a software development company. Eager to share her invention with her friends, Allie prematurely releases it at school where it takes off like a rocket. It begins to spread so quickly, even Allie is amazed. But soon she discovers a glitch in the program that could lead to the sharing of too much information. To fix the glitch, she enlists the help of her chief competition in the Games for Good program. But is he sincere about helping her or will he intentionally sabotage her app in order to win himself? Packed full of middle school drama—best friends, arch enemies, cliques, crushes, and sports—this novel will surely please its intended audience. Fast-paced and tech savvy, Allie’s adventures may inspire readers to explore coding. Readers will find a well-written story that supports the premise of remaining true to friends and building strong relationships. VERDICT A well-balanced, motivating story that would complement a discussion about coding or serve as an introduction to coding as a possible career choice.

School Library Journal is the premier publication for librarians and information specialists who work with children and teens.

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Published on November 02, 2017 21:51 • 4 views

September 11, 2017

Welcome! I am so excited to celebrate the release of my latest novel Click’d, my very first middle grade novelWe kicked off the celebrations last week but I wanted to keep the party going, so this week I’m hosting a massive INTERNATIONAL Giveaway!!! Here are the details:

DATES: Mon, Sep 11th @ 8:00am PT – Tues, Sep 19th @ 8:00am PT

PRIZES: There are 5 AMAZING PRIZES up for grabs!

1st Prize (1 Winner): 1 Signed set of ALL my books & a Click’d gift basket (bookmarks, keychain, stickers, book-themed snacks)!

2nd Prize (1 Winner): 1 Signed set of ALL my books & Click’d swag.

3rd Prize (3 Winners): 3 signed copies of Click’d & Click’d swag.

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Published on September 11, 2017 05:00 • 52 views

August 25, 2017

I’m thrilled to announce the Author Tour for Click’d!

I’ll be with the amazing Alexandra Bracken and her middle-grade debut, The Dreadful Tale of Prosper Redding. Along the way, we’ll be joined by our friends Ally Condie and Elizabeth Eulberg.

We hope you can come see us while we’re on the road. We want to meet you!

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Published on August 25, 2017 11:44 • 23 views

August 7, 2017


I’ve never been a big fan of gender roles. When I was a little girl, I played with Matchbox cars and Barbie’s. I rode a bike and a skateboard. I climbed trees and played dress-up. I hung out at the mall and at the arcade. And I spent as much time baking in the kitchen as I did at the workbench in the garage. It never occurred to me that there were things I was “supposed to do” or “not supposed to do” because I was a girl. Luckily, that stuff never occurred to my parents either.

One day when I was eleven years old, my dad found me at that workbench in the garage and asked me a simple question that changed my life: “Do you want to help me build computers?”

I grew up in the early days of Silicon Valley, and my dad worked for a company that built some of the first PCs and game systems. He often brought work home with him to make a little extra money. “I’ll pay you for every component you build that passes quality control,” he’d told me. “If it fails, you’ll need to fix it.”

I was in. And that’s when my fascination with technology began. That first job turned into another, and another. The two of us worked together every day after school in the garage, where he taught me how to use a wire stripper, a crimping tool, a heat gun and eventually, a soldering iron.

It wasn’t easy work. It required patience (not my strong suit). My hands hurt after a while. But deep down, I loved the focus the job required. I found it strangely rewarding. And when my dad surprised me with a brand-new IBM 5150 and told me I’d built it, I was bursting with pride.

I spent much of my free time the following year in front of that computer. I played games. I taught myself some basic coding and wrote a simple recipe app for my stepmom. My friends didn’t really get it, but I didn’t care.

Then suddenly, one day, I did care. A lot.

And that’s when I stopped coding and working with my dad in the garage. I probably stopped hanging out at the arcade and riding my skateboard, too.

Like me, many girls start out with a passion for technology, but lose it as they near high school. According to a study by the Girl Scout Research Institute (GSRI), 74% of girls express interest in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) in middle school. Yet, according to The New York Times, only 0.4 percent of all female college freshmen say they intend to major in computer science. The biggest drop off happens between the ages of 13-17.

It’s a depressing statistic, but a pattern I recognize firsthand. And when I started to see own daughter and her friends begin to lose interest in their STEM-related passions, it hit me hard.

These were the same girls who spent months preparing for the science fair, hours playing Minecraft online together, and came home bursting with excitement about the Hour of Code program at their elementary school. I wasn’t ready for my daughter to lose interest in technology—we’d barely skimmed the surface! So when she expressed interest in a summer coding camp, I jumped on it as fast as I could.

I was thrilled to find a program exclusively for girls, but despite her initial excitement, she didn’t enjoy that first day of camp. She didn’t know anyone, and she was afraid she’d spend the whole week alone at her desk. But when I picked her up after the second day, she was giddy. As it turns out, they’d spent the whole day coding while singing every song from High School Musical. The next day, they covered the Pitch Perfect soundtrack. And that was all it took. She’d made friends. And by the end of the week, she’d made an amazing game.

Computer science and engineering degrees offer the highest incomes and the most work flexibility—two attributes widely cited for attracting women to traditionally male- dominated fields. But the number of women in computer science is still on the decline. Girls Who Code estimates that by 2020 there will be 1.4 million jobs available in computing related fields, and women are expected to fill just 3% of them.

I’m doing everything I can to keep my daughter excited about technology, but it’s not enough. I want all girls to be excited about it. I don’t know how to code, so I’ll let organizations like Code.org, Girls Who Code, Black Girls Code, and Made with Code take the lead on that part. I’m hoping to make a difference using the tool I know best: storytelling.

In my new middle-grade novel, CLICK’D, Allie Navarro plays soccer and loves coding. She’s surrounded by positive female role models, like her computer science teacher and a dynamic software company CEO. Her computer science class is diverse and gender balanced. And Allie’s parents treat coding the same way they treat her sport: as a passion to be nurtured, not a passing hobby.

Like coding itself, CLICK’D has many moments of triumph, but there are also plenty of setbacks, and that’s intentional. In a world where girls often feel an expectation to be perfect, I want readers to see examples of girls who are allowed—even expected—to fail, and fail spectacularly.

In writing CLICK’D, I’ve thought a lot about those hours I spent in the garage with my dad, and I’ve realized something important. He wasn’t just teaching me how to build computers. He was teaching me how to fix my mistakes, one at a time. He was empowering me to follow my passions, regardless of gender “norms.” He was telling me I could do anything I set my mind to.

And I’m eternally grateful to him. Because I haven’t picked up a soldering iron in years, but I use those lessons practically every day.


Allie Navarro can’t wait to show her best friends the app she built at CodeGirls summer camp. CLICK’D pairs users based on common interests and sends them on a fun (and occasionally rule-breaking) scavenger hunt to find each other. And it’s a hit. By the second day of school, everyone is talking about CLICK’D.

Watching her app go viral is amazing. Leaderboards are filling up! Everyone’s making new friends. And with all the data Allie is collecting, she has an even better shot at beating her archenemy, Nathan, at the upcoming youth coding competition. But when Allie discovers a glitch that threatens to expose everyone’s secrets, she has to figure out how to make things right, even if that means sharing the computer lab with Nathan. Can Allie fix her app, stop it from doing any more damage, and win back the friends it hurt-all before she steps on stage to present CLICK’D to the judges?

New York Times best-selling author Tamara Ireland Stone combines friendship, coding, and lots of popcorn in her fun and empowering middle-grade debut.

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Backmatter includes information on educational resources from Code.org, a non-profit dedicated to expanding access to computer science and increasing participation by women and underrepresented minorities.

*This essay originally appeared on YA Books Central on May 18, 2017.

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Published on August 07, 2017 11:18 • 19 views

July 13, 2017

I was absolutely stunned when I learned that my first novel, Time Between Us, was going to be published. But then I got my first offer from a foreign publisher, and that was even harder to get my mind around. My book was going to be published in other languages? It seemed too wonderful to be true.

Three books and twenty-four translations later, I still find the whole thing magical. Every time a new foreign edition arrives, I open the cover and stare at the pages, feeling so grateful to the publishers and translators who make it possible for my stories to reach readers around the world.

And now, something even more surprising and magical is happening.

Last month, I learned that the German edition of Every Last Word, Mit anderen Worten: ich, was nominated for the Deutsche Jugendliteraturpreis. This week, I found out that it has been nominated for the prestigious Buxtehuder Bulle, the German book award for young people’s literature.

Mit anderen Worten: ich is in incredible company with four other novels, all selected by a jury from over ninety titles. “These are all emotionally gripping stories.” says award organizer, Ulrike Mensching.

It is already such a privilege to see my stories in a variety of languages. To see them recognized this way is an indescribable honor.

I’m so grateful to my German publisher, Magellan, for everything they’ve done for Mit aderen Worten: ich, and to Sandra Knuffinke and Jessika Komina for translating this story with such love and care.

And of course, none of this would happen without my amazing readers in Germany. Thank you for every kind word and every beautiful picture. It means the world to me to see my book in your hands and to know that it’s made a difference in your lives.

Vielen dank!

Are you on Instagram? Make sure to tag your photos of “Mit Anderen Worten: Ich” with @tamaraistone & the following hashtags: #TamaraIrelandStone & #MitAnderenWortenIch

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Published on July 13, 2017 07:00 • 20 views

June 6, 2017

Every Last Word (Paperback) - Now Available

Time and Time Again - Now Available

They’re finally here, friends! I have two new books out in the great big world today: Time and Time Again, the gorgeous new bind-up of my time travel series, and the paperback edition of Every Last Word.

Time and Time Again is a collection of my two time travel books, Time Between Us and Time After Time, now bound together in one stunning new cover. If you haven’t heard the story behind this cover art, take a moment to read THIS POST. The whole thing was created entirely with cut and curled paper by artist Sabeena Karnik, and I’m absolutely in love with it!

These two novels are so close to my heart, and I’m forever grateful to everyone who read and reviewed them. It’s been four and a half years since Time Between Us made its debut, but I still get the most heartfelt messages from readers, telling me how much this story spoke to them. Huge thank yous to Hyperion Teens for giving my series a whole new look and a chance to reach a bunch of new readers!

Every Last Word is also out in paperback today, so if you love words and bendy book covers, this one’s for you! This novel came out two years ago this week, and I feel like there aren’t enough words to express how grateful I am to those of you who read (and re-read) and recommended it. Your love and support for Sam and her story means more to me than you’ll ever know.

The paperback features this amazing stepback design, so when you open the front cover, this is what you’ll find on the inside:

Every Last Word (Paperback) - Inside Cover

More thank yous to Elizabeth Eulberg, Marianne Follis, Kathleen Caldwell, Melanie Koss, and Arnold Shapiro for sharing such kind words about my story. And those awards? Thank you, readers. You made every one of those happen by reading this book and passing the love along.

I think I’ve gone overboard with gratitude in this post, but whatever… I’m saying it again. THANK YOU!

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Published on June 06, 2017 14:58 • 56 views

May 26, 2017

My author copies of the Every Last Word paperback just arrived and wow… They’re absolutely beautiful! Thank you, Hyperion Teens. You’ve outdone yourselves again!

It’s so pretty. And lightweight. Also, bendy.

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Here, take a closer look inside (click to zoom in):

Every Last Word Paperback Inside Cover

There truly aren’t enough words to thank Elizabeth Eulberg, Marianne Follis, Kathleen Caldwell, Melanie Koss, and Arnold Shapiro for sharing such heartwarming words about my story. Thank you all soooo much!

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Published on May 26, 2017 11:41 • 33 views

May 24, 2017


After many months in the making, my new website is live! I’m so excited to share it and hear what you think.

We asked you what you wanted to see here and you gave us some great ideas. You’ll now find detailed FAQs, information about arranging school visits and buying signed books, and tons of helpful resources on everything from writing to world travel. You even have your very own Poet’s Corner (start filling those walls, poets! I can’t wait to read your words.).

I can’t begin to tell you how much I’ve enjoyed working with Caitlin at Royal Social Media on this new site. Caitlin and I met a little over a year ago at a local bookstore event when I was promoting Every Last Word. I brought the “Word Wall” and asked everyone to add three words that gave them joy or had special meaning. Caitlin posted this:

I love lamp

An Anchorman reference. I adored her immediately.

And now I know, that in addition to having fantastic taste in film, she’s also an incredibly talented web designer.

I wanted something that pulled all my social media platforms together in one place and made all my content—from my cherished playlists to those oldie-but-goodie blog posts—easy to find. And wow… did she deliver. I love everything about how this site looks and works.


And then there’s that colorful paper swirl typography. Isn’t it extraordinary?

Header WIP (Full Size)Header WIP (Detail)

Here’s the story.

Remember this post, where I revealed Hyperion’s new cover for Time and Time Again? Well… we were all captivated by the work of this incredibly talented paper curling artist, Sabeena Karnik, so we brought her back to create a unique look for my site.

Everything here is made entirely out of paper.

You know how much I love paper.

Time and Time Again (WIP) 

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I’m so honored to have Sabeena’s artwork gracing the cover of Time and Time Again and my website. Here are some of her work-in-progress shots for this project:


Oh, and… we have some big NEWS! Hyperion just contracted her to design the cover of my next YA novel, Little Do We Know. This book is so special to me, and I can’t wait to see what she comes up with to visually communicate what this story is all about. I’m certain it will be another work of art.

In the meantime, follow Sabeena on Instagram to see more of her truly unique work. And follow Caitlin at Royal Social Media to learn more about her services.

I’m thrilled with this site and so excited to share it.


To celebrate, let’s do a huge giveaway!

I’ll send THREE winners:

The hot-of-the-press paperback of Every Last Word with an updated and oh-so-pretty new cover (out June 6th).
The new bind-up, Time and Time Again, featuring those paper scrap skylines (out June 6th).
An advance copy of my upcoming middle grade debut, Click’d (out September 5th).

None of these books are available for sale yet, so this is the only way to get them!

Fill out the Rafflecopter below to enter. Three Winners. Open Internationally. Spread the word!

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Published on May 24, 2017 07:30 • 163 views