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Kat Rosenfield

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Kat Rosenfield was born and raised in Coxsackie, New York, graduated from New Jersey's Drew University, and worked as a production assistant, publicist and copywriter in New York City before finding her niche in writing for teenagers. Her first novel, AMELIA ANNE IS DEAD AND GONE, was published by Dutton in July 2012. Her second novel, INLAND, will be published in Spring/Summer 2014.

When not writing fiction, she can be found contributing entertainment news and commentary to MTV's Hollywood Crush blog and lecturing on proper flirting techniques on Barnes & Noble's SparkLife.

The name of her hometown is not pronounced the way you think it is.

Because I sort of forgot that I had a website (whoops! hello! is anyone here?), this news is coming about a week after its initial debut all over Twitter/Tumblr/Instagram. But nevertheless: Yes! There is a new book on the horizon. It is called…


INLAND.


And as of last week, all the exciting pre-release things that happen before a book is a book started happening.


It has a COVER.


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It has a DESCRIPT...

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Amelia Anne is Dead and Gone

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3.30 avg rating — 721 ratings — published 2014 — 5 editions
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“So from now on, screw "perfect." Forget for a while about what kind of person you want to be, and just be the best version of the person you are. Figure out which of your classmates you genuinely like (not who you want to like you), and get to know them by telling your own stories and listening to theirs. Hang out with the people you think are cool, not the people you'd like to be considered cool by. Do things because they interest you, not because they make you look interesting... and then, take stock in a month and see whether you're not happier, healthier, and working on some actual friendships with other imperfect-but-lovely humans.”
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“I have learned that knowing where you're going means remembering where you've been. I'm not afraid of what lurks behind me, or ahead.”
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“I'd seen it happen, how hard it was to get out. Every year, one or two kids would visit from college for a long October weekend and simply never leave. They came home, cocooned themselves in the familiar radius of the town limits, and never broke free again. Years later, you'd see them working in the kitchen at the pizza place, or sitting at the bar in the East Bank Tavern. Shoulders hunched, jaw set, skin slack. And in the waning light of their eyes, the barest sensation that once upon a time, they been somewhere else... or maybe it was only a dream.”
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Gabrielle Carolina Dear Kat,

I just wrote the following on my friend's wall. She and I have the same taste and high expectations in books. Telling Steph Su to read a book is the highest compliment I can give an author, so I thought I'd make sure you knew, and also knew how much I would *love* to work with you to promote your debut!

"Girl. Friend. You *have* to read Amelia Anne is Dead and Gone by Kat Rosenfield. While at ALA I was told that the editor, Julie Strauss-Gabel claimed it was the best debut she's ever read and being 2/3s of the way through it I can attest- this book is a work of art, of genius, and of pure storytelling gift.

Reminds me of A Northern Light by Jennifer Donnelly with a modern, contemp voice minus any embittered sarcasm.

Pure. Awesome.

Did I mention you *have* to read this?!"



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