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The Write Time with Authors Marie Lu and Rose Brock and Educator Amanda Haugen

Summary:

This episode of The Write Time features New York Times bestselling author Marie Lu along with teacher-author Rose Brock and Florida educator Amanda Haugen.

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About Our Guests

Marie Lu is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Young Elites series as well as the blockbuster Legend series. She has also been an artist in the video game industry, but is now a full-time author living in Los Angeles.

Rose Brock is an assistant professor at Sam Houston State University and a co-founder of the national literacy initiative, Guys Listen. She is also the editor of Hope Nation: Young Adult Authors Share Personal Moments of Inspiration and the author of Young Adult Literature in Action: A Librarian’s Guide.

Amanda Haugen is a high school ELA teacher in Pensacola, Florida and a teacher-consultant with the Emerald Coast Writing Project.

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