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(Note: I'm under contract with more than one publisher. Please check for the book titles that correspond with the correct publicist before sending any requests. Thank you!)

U.S. publicity/interview/review copy/appearance requests for  
In the Shadow of Blackbirds, The Cure for Dreaming, The Steep and Thorny Way, and Odd & True:
Publicity@AbramsBooks.com, Amulet Books/ABRAMS

UK and international publicity/interview/review copy requests for  
In the Shadow of Blackbirds, The Cure for Dreaming, The Steep and Thorny Way, and Odd & True:
Tina Mories, Abrams & Chronicle Books

Publicity/interview/review copy/appearance requests for  
The Uninvited and Yesternight:
Pamela Jaffee, HarperCollins

Blurb requests:
Please contact my literary agent, Barbara Poelle, at Barbara@Irenegoodman.com.

Rights Info:
Barbara Poelle, Irene Goodman Literary Agency
27 W. 24 Street, Suite 700B
New York, NY 10010
212-604-0330

Foreign Rights:
Heather Baror-Shapiro, Baror International

Film Rights:
Steven Fisher, APA

Contacting me directly:

Before emailing me, please make sure your question isn't already answered below.

What is the theme of your book?

I receive this question quite often from students writing book reports. The theme of any book is for you, dear reader, to decide. Everyone interprets books differently, and the meaning of a novel can change when you reread it at a later age . . . or even a later week. 

Will you respond to my email? My grade depends upon you replying to me.

If your grade is dependent upon me responding to your email, please direct your teacher to this Google document I've prepared for this situation.

Where do you get the ideas for your novels?

I typically answer this question for each specific book in the Author's Note section of the novels. In general, my ideas start when I stumble upon a dark, strange, or haunting piece of history that grabs me by the shoulders and begs me to write a book about it.

I've already written to you. Why haven't you responded?

I'm frequently hurrying to meet deadlines for multiple books while also preparing for appearances and raising two kids. I do appreciate every single message I receive from readers, but often I simply don't have time to respond. 

Will you visit my school or library?

Due to an intense writing and revision schedule, I am unable to offer any school, library, or Skype visits in the 2016-17 school year. I will be more widely available after the publication of my Fall 2017 young adult novel, Odd & True. Please check back early in the summer of 2017 for my list of fees and availability.

I can send signed bookmarks to schools and book groups. Please contact me if you're interested.

Would you be interested in appearing at our festival, conference, etc.?

For festival appearances, keynote speeches, panel appearances, and other possible events, please contact the appropriate publicist listed above.

Will you read my book and/or offer me publishing advice? 

I am unable to read unpublished manuscripts, and my policy for blurbing novels is listed above. If you're an aspiring author, I encourage you to attend writing conferences, seek critique groups or partners, join organizations such as the Society for Children's Book Writers & Illustrators (for picture books through YA), and find a reputable literary agent through the Association of Author's Representatives, Inc.

Will you donate a book or swag for my giveaway, fundraiser, charity, etc.?

Please contact the applicable publicist listed above for book donation requests. This will be a much faster method than waiting for me. 

My Email: catwintersbooks AT gmail.com

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 1101
Hillsboro, OR 97123

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