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Julie Eshbaugh is a YA writer and former filmmaker. She made two short films and then spent several years producing an online video series for teens which received several honors from the Webby Awards. Her new YA fantasy standalone, CROWN OF OBLIVION, is coming from HarperTeen November 2019. IVORY AND BONE (HarperTeen 2016) and OBSIDIAN AND STARS (HarperTeen 2017), her prehistoric fantasy duology, are out now. You can learn more about Julie’s writing escapades by visiting www.julieeshbaugh.com.

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“It's odd, I think, how the thing you love most in a person can also be the thing you sometimes wish you could change”
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“What we left behind can’t be seen; what we gathered can’t be carried.”
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Dustin Hi, Julie! So nice to "meet" you! I think that Ivory and Bone sounds fantastic!

I hope all's well with you and yours.:)


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