We’re excited to share the news about an upcoming release: Plot Twists, a Stonehenge Circle Writers anthology. We think you’ll love this collaboration between nine of our authors. Come back October 1st for the cover reveal and a little more about what to expect from this short story collection!
Authors We Love
We invited the Stonehenge Circle Writers to share a few of their favorite authors – apart from each other, of course! Check out their top choices, and share your favorites with us too.
Cheryl Mahoney: L. M. Montgomery, J. M. Barrie, Terry Pratchett
Karen Blakely: J. D. Robb, Mary Stewart, Tanya Huff, (with Annette Marie close behind)
Ingrid Victoria: Patricia C. Wrede, Terry Pratchett, David Weber
Michael Panush: James Ellroy, China Mieville, Elmore Leonard
Kelly Haworth: Catherynne Valente, CB Lee, John Green
R.A. Gates: Richelle Mead, Shel Silverstein, Cassandra Clare
When I Was Young: Favorite Childhood Books of Stonehenge Circle Writers
We recently invited the Stonehenge Circle Writers to share their favorite books when they were children. Read on for reflections on beloved books of childhood.
Cheryl Mahoney: From the age of ten to twelve, the funniest book I had ever read was I Want to Go Home! by Gordon Korman. I read it twelve times (I kept a count). I’ve read it again since, and it’s still funny!
Karen Blakely: I was nearly eight when I read A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’Engle. I loved it so much I decided then and there that I was going to be a writer some day. And I’ve never changed my mind.
Ingrid Victoria: Sometime around age 8, my parents borrowed an audiobook version of The Dragonslayers by Bruce Coville from the library. I loved all the jokes and twists on classic fairy tale tropes, and kept reborrowing it so many times that my parents bought me my own copy for my birthday. I still read all goblins and giant spiders in the voices used in that audiobook.
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