Bad Romance Links Roundup


It's been over two months since my most recent YA contemporary novel,Bad Romance,came out. Man, this summer flew by! I wanted to post some of my favorite links for guest posts and interviews that I've done over the summer. Some are fun, most get into why I wrote the book in the first place (my own bad romance in high school), and several touch on what to do if you find yourself in an unhealthy relationship.

This is a book about the dark side of love, yes, but it also features swoons, drama nerdship, and all that stuff that makes high school unforgettable. I'm really proud of the novel and so glad I wrote it. I've been getting emails and messages on social media from women and teens who are, or who have been, in relationships like this and I'm just floored by the amount of pain and bravery out there. I'm glad I can be a part of the conversation and hold space for other women and girls who are hurting. We're not alone.

The Official Bad Romance site, with an excerpt, a badass break-up playlist, and loads of resources and inspiration.

My post for Barnes and Noble for Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month

This was a fun one for Forever YA on the blog tour about bad romances in pop culture

A post for School Library Journal's Teen Librarian Toolbox about Michelle Carter and Teen Dating Violence (She's the girl that texted her boyfriend to kill himself and he did.)

Interview on Brit+Co about all things writing andBad Romance

Swoon Reads post in which I interview my editor! So cool to see behind the scenes. (And here's where she interviews me).

The Mary Sue guest post on how crappy home lives put you at risk for a bad romance

Swoon Reads post on writing YA romance and how it's all about self-love.

Guest post for Bookish on signs you're in a bad romance.

I'll leave you with one of my favorite quotes from the book:


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