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Caroline George

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Caroline George is the multi-award-winning author of Dearest Josephine (HarperCollins) and other YA fiction titles. She graduated from Belmont University with a degree in publishing and public relations, and now travels the country, speaking at conferences and writing full-time. A Georgia native, Caroline aspires to one day host The Great British Baking Show and delights in being best known for writing the phrase, “Coffee first. Save the world later.” Find her on Instagram @authorcarolinegeorge and Twitter @CarolineGeorge_.

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Dearest Josephine

3.79 avg rating — 1,700 ratings — published 2021 — 8 editions
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The Summer We Forgot

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The Vestige

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The Prime Way Program: Be T...

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What Agents Don't Tell You: From Query to Contract

Have you written a book?
Are you looking for an agent?
As a two-time self-published author now signed with Hartline Literary Agency and past intern of Harper Collins, I have experienced the pros and cons of both traditional and nontraditional publishing.
In this blog post, I will share what agents don’t tell you and offer tips on how to land a contract with an agency.
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Things We Didn't Say
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The Summer We Forgot by Caroline George
"I thought the vibe of this book was a lot of fun! The beautiful beachy was such a fun contrasting backdrop to all the nefarious mystery going on. Darby & Morgan were cuties. I did get a bit fed up with the inner dialogue, mainly in the first half of " Read more of this review »
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"I absolutely loved this novel! From the intricately developed plot to the way the characters were constructed to the depth of emotions the author was able to reach, every element of this story was beautifully depicted. I highly recommend it for anyon" Read more of this review »
The Summer We Forgot by Caroline George
"Absolutely loved this book! I don’t read many murder mysteries/thrillers, but this book might get me to start. To be fair, there was also a super cute romance thrown into the mix that helped keep things from getting too heavy/too scary 100% of the ti" Read more of this review »
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"Perfect YA mystery summer read! "
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It’s official. I’m a Megan McCullough fan! We Could be Villains stuns with its clever voice and original plot—a comic-lover’s dream come true. This book is pure fun from beginning to end. I’ll be shocked if an adaptation doesn’t reach the big screen. ...more
The Summer We Forgot by Caroline George
“I could tell him I love him, but love seems too cliché, too overdone. I feel love, but I also feel jokes and front porch fights, pinky promises and friendship bracelets. I feel rolling my eyes when he made fun of my favorite songs, yelling at him when he paired up with Ashley Olson on our seventh-grade field day. I feel love, but I also feel our history, years and years of choosing him, the good and bad, highs and lows. Choosing to love. Not despite the flaws. Because of them. Because the mistakes prove we were together long enough to make them.
Because we knew each other at our worst and even then, no one else compared.”
Caroline George
The Summer We Forgot by Caroline George
“Loving him was honest, sky blushed pink, hair stiff with salt as we raced down the beach. At fourteen, he said, “Hurting you won’t ever be my way of fixing me.” He meant it.”
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" alittlebitbookish wrote: "Is TSWF releasing in March?"

Yes, the release date was moved to March 8th! :)
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“Coffee first. Save the world later.”
Caroline George, The Vestige

“I do believe literature holds the best of us . . . or perhaps it reflects the better versions of who we are.”
Caroline George, Dearest Josephine

“Nobody talks about the other loss, the loss that happens within us. We lose people and things, but we also lose parts of ourselves. We grieve those missing parts too. We grieve them, and we grieve us. But I think losing those parts creates space. For newness. For understanding others’ hurts and welcoming them into our free spaces.”
Caroline George, Dearest Josephine

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“When you find a truth that surpasses your desire to fit trends and meet approval, you can be certain it’s worth fighting to spread.”
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“The truth is crazier than lies because lies are required to stick to possibilities—the truth isn’t.”
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“We know your secret.
And we won’t be made invisible.”
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“People have always expected the end of the world to be a dramatic, thematic event: war, disease, a sudden explosion. But what if the end of the world has already occurred? What if our final demise happened slowly, secretly … and we’ve been oblivious to it all?”
Caroline George, The Vestige

“Sometimes you find a lie, and sometimes it finds you.”
Caroline George, The Vestige

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