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Sort order. Cecilia Dunbar Hernandez rated it it was amazing Oct 10, Cameron rated it it was amazing Apr 24, Spencer glenn rated it it was amazing Sep 09, Taylor rated it it was amazing Aug 22, When she passed away, I wrote a poem that was intended to transport listeners into the backcountry alongside my grandmother. I read it at her memorial service, and as it happened, the publisher of my grandmother's memoir Paddling My Own Canoe was in the audience.
So that is what we did! All proceeds from both books go to benefit Algonquin Provincial Park. Paddle My Own Canoe is definitely my most successful title. It sounds like kismet! It's inspiring to see your success in different genres.
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Do you have any advice for writers published in one area that want to explore something new? Do it! I write in lots of different genres because I get curious about lots of different things.
I like it because I can alternate between the emotional heavy-lifting of my YA fiction and the in-depth research of nonfiction. For example, there are many crossovers between my nonfiction anthology The V-Word and my novel Pointe, Claw.
Another advantage is that I can sell more books in a single year because my nonfiction and my fiction fall into different markets. Writing in different markets also means twice the work on the marketing side because you have to build an audience in both places. Some really encourage their clients to specialize because it makes them easier to sell.
Those are good things to consider, thanks Amber. In your novels, you aren't afraid to tackle subjects and issues that other writers may shy away from for a variety of reasons. You'll be delving into this more during your Table Talks, but maybe you can tell us what your readers say about books that shine a light on difficult subjects and social issues? My books seem to evoke a lot of strong responses.
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You know how brilliant librarians are at finding the right book for the right reader? My books are like that.
When someone who is grieving stumbles about The Way Back from Broken , they respond pretty deeply. They tell me that appreciate the harsh honesty of the book. The V-Word has also riled up lots of adults. There have been library and school challenges across the country. But many other adults tell me that they wish they had had The V-Word when they were younger. Thanks for sharing, and cheers to librarians for helping kids find the books they need. Could you share something surprising that you learned during your research? I guess the most shocking thing I learned is that forced child marriage is a huge problem worldwide.
It occurs in many countries, including the US and Canada, and in all religious traditions.