Preorder/Party

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Preorder Dad's Girlfriend and Other Anxieties before Oct. 18 to receive sweet swag: An exclusive Ava and Z custom art sticker designed by the cover artist Simini Blocker, a cute ground squirrels sticker, a rockin' bookmark, and a "Greetings from Scary Colorado" postcard.

 

But that's not all (as they say)! If you preorder from BookBar here and pick up the book at my launch party, BookBar will throw in a free drink! And there will be cake! And a gift card giveaway! I'll sign the book for you, too, if you want. What else are you going to do on a Tuesday night?

You can also snag the swag by preordering from The Bookies Bookstore here. I'll be there, too. (But no drink because Bookies doesn't have a bar.)

If you can't pick up the book in person, I'll include a signed bookplate you can stick in your book.

 

What if you already preordered from another place? No problem. Fill out this form, and I'll send you the swag (but no drink or cake). 

If you can't buy the book but want to read it and support me, please see if your library has it. If they don't, ask them to order it. Fill out the form, and I'll send you swag, too. 

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Kellye Crocker

 

writer, teacher, reporter/editor

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Laura Carson Photography

Hey, there! Thanks for stopping by! I'm Kellye. I write novels that celebrate smart, funny girls who discover the power of their voices. I'm repped by Kelly Dyksterhouse at The Tobias Literary Agency. 

YOU'RE INVITED to the launch party for my debut novel, Dad's Girlfriend and Other Anxieties!

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As a creative writing teacher, I'm helping nurture the next generation of writers. You can find out more here.

I'm also a veteran news and features reporter and editor who still occasionally dives into a good story. Learn more.

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"You have to write the book that wants to be written. And if the book will be too difficult for grown-ups, then you write it for children."

—Madeleine L'Engle