Some people may think that the number 13 is unlucky, but not those of us at The Lucky 13s!
In fact, we're celebrating the 13th day of each month by featuring all the fabulous stuff that's been happening to The Lucky 13s.
Please raise a glass to our super-awesome-bomb-diggity news....
Sarah Skilton welcomed a baby boy named Elliot. We can all brag that we've created debut novels, but Sarah's created something even cuter. Welcome, Elliot!
Elle Cosimano has been accepted into the SCBWI Mentor Program for Agented/Published Authors and will be working with Ellen Hopkins (squee!) on a new mystery/thriller project.
Christa Desir has been contacted by dozens of rape crisis organizations around the country offering support for her book, TRAINWRECK. This includes a letter from RAINN founder Scott Berkowitz and a note from one of the Voices and Faces supporters who works at NPR and would like to pitch the story of how she wrote this book to This American Life.
Chelsey Flood's stage adaptation of Infinite Sky has been shortlisted for a BBC Writers Room competition.
Emma Pass and Chelsey Flood have been asked to take part in a Q&A at the Derbyshire Literature festival in May. Mark your calendars!
Caroline Carlson's middle grade pirate fantasy, MAGIC MARKS THE SPOT, and its two planned sequels will be published in the UK/Commonwealth by Simon & SchusterUK and in Brazil by Companhia das Letras.
Liz Coley's agents at Nancy Coffey Literary and Media Representation have sold foreign rights to UK, Sweden, Brazil, and France for Pretty Girl-13. She's glad she doesn't have to do the translations!
Rachele Alpine is represented by Dystel and Goderich and her young adult comtemporary novel CANARY will be published in the summer of 2013 by Medallion Press.
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