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Sarah Mlynowski

Autor/a de Fairest of All

78+ obres 16,214 Membres 366 Ressenyes 12 preferits

Sobre l'autor

Sarah Mlynowski was born on January 4, 1977 in Montreal, Canada. She attended McGill University where she graduated with a degree in English Literature. She later moved to Toronto to work for Harlequin Enterprises Ltd. She used her romance publishing experiences to fuel her first novel Milkrun. She mostra'n més now writes full-time and her other works include Fishbowl, Monkey Business, Me Vs. Me, and Ten Things We Did (and Probably Shouldn't Have). She also writes the Magic in Manhattan series. Her title's, Bad Hair Day and Beauty Queen made The New York Times Best Seller List. (Bowker Author Biography) mostra'n menys
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Obres de Sarah Mlynowski

Fairest of All (2012) 1,186 exemplars
Upside-Down Magic (2015) 868 exemplars
Sink or Swim (2012) 844 exemplars
If the Shoe Fits (2012) 807 exemplars
Bras & Broomsticks (2005) 729 exemplars
Cold as Ice (2014) 709 exemplars
Dream On (2013) 660 exemplars
Girls Night In (2004) — Editor — 579 exemplars
Sticks & Stones (2016) 570 exemplars
Bad Hair Day (2014) 496 exemplars
Frogs & French Kisses (2006) 486 exemplars
Milkrun (2001) 454 exemplars
Beauty Queen (2015) 446 exemplars
Spells & Sleeping Bags (2007) 430 exemplars
Showing Off (2016) 429 exemplars
Fishbowl (2002) 389 exemplars
Sugar and Spice (2016) 377 exemplars
Abby in Wonderland (2017) 364 exemplars
How to Be Bad (2008) 339 exemplars
Gimme a Call (2010) 312 exemplars
Dragon Overnight (2017) 298 exemplars
Parties & Potions (2008) 270 exemplars
Once Upon a Frog (2015) 266 exemplars
Don't Even Think About It (2014) 244 exemplars
Genie in a Bottle (2016) 236 exemplars
Girls' Night Out (2006) — Editor; Col·laborador — 225 exemplars
Weather or Not (2018) 223 exemplars
Me vs. Me (2006) 223 exemplars
Monkey Business (2004) 214 exemplars
As Seen on TV (2003) 211 exemplars
Two Peas in a Pod (2018) 189 exemplars
The Big Shrink (2019) 185 exemplars
I See London, I See France (2017) 167 exemplars
Seeing Red (2018) 133 exemplars
Spill the Beans (2019) 113 exemplars
Hide and Seek (2020) 104 exemplars
Abby in Oz (2020) 82 exemplars
Best Wishes (Best Wishes #1) (2022) 55 exemplars
Good as Gold (2021) 52 exemplars
Just Dance (2022) 37 exemplars
Whatever After (Books 1-3) (2016) 27 exemplars
Think Twice (2016) 24 exemplars
Sink or Swim 18 exemplars
Abby in Neverland (2023) 10 exemplars
Cruisin' (2012) 7 exemplars
The Girl's Guide to Summer (2017) 6 exemplars
Know it All (2010) 3 exemplars
Milkrun Sale 1 exemplars
Liar Liar (Whatever After #16) (2024) 1 exemplars
A Little Bit Broken 1 exemplars
Festas & Feitiços (2010) 1 exemplars

Obres associades

Vacations from Hell (2009) — Col·laborador — 315 exemplars
American Girls About Town (2004) — Col·laborador — 309 exemplars
21 Proms (2007) — Col·laborador — 304 exemplars
Sixteen: Stories About That Sweet and Bitter Birthday (2004) — Col·laborador — 165 exemplars
Who Done It? (2013) — Col·laborador — 135 exemplars
First Kiss (Then Tell): A Collection of True Lip-Locked Moments (2007) — Col·laborador — 94 exemplars


Coneixement comú

Data de naixement
Canada (birth)
Lloc de naixement
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Llocs de residència
Montréal, Québec, Canada (birth)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
New York, New York, USA
McGill University (English literature)
Ambrose, Elissa (mother)
Biografia breu
Sarah Mlynowski was born on January 4, 1977 in Montreal, Canada. She is one of the daughters of the romance writer Elissa Ambrose. Sarah started writing books when she was three years old. Kind of. She would tell them and her mom would transcribe them. They were all about Princesses named Sarah. After learning to use her own pencil, she continued scribbling stories throughout elementary and high school, and decided study English literature in college, like her mother.

After graduating with an honors degree in English literature from McGill University, Sarah moved to Toronto to work for Harlequin Enterprises Ltd. She co-edited the USA Today bestselling chick-lit collection "Grils' night in" and later "Gril's night out", and 21 Proms.

While Sarah never met the famous model Fabio (Lanzoni), she used her romance publishing experiences to fuel her first novel "Milkrun", published when she was twenty-four, romance which has since been published in 16 countries, selling over 600,000 copies around the globe. When her second novel, "Fishbowl", received even more accolades, including a starred review from Booklist and being named one of Waldenbooks Best Women's Fiction novels of 2002, she moved to New York City to write full-time.

Since then, she and has written Chick Lit novels for Red Dres Ink ("As seen on TV", "Monkey business" and "Me vs. me") and the Teen Lit series "All about Rachel" for Radom House ("Bras & Broomsticks", "Frogs and French Kisses" and "Spells & Sleeping Bags"). She has been featured in the short story collections, "American girls about town" and "Sixteen: Stories about that sweet and bitter birthday" and she also co-wrote the first ever guide to writing chick lit, "See Jane write". She is currenlty co-writing a book for teens called "How to be bad" awesome teen writers Lauren Myrcacle and E. Lockhart.

In 2004, Sarah married with Todd, and they went to Kenya and Seychelles for their honeymoon.



*I got a free copy of this from Netgalley*
The story was interesting - imagine suddenly being able to read other people's minds after receiving a tainted flu shot... That's exactly what happens to 22 students in the same homeroom. What would you do with that kind of ability? How would it affect you and your friends? Would it take a toll on your mind and/or body? What might you discover? What might you wish you hadn't discovered? Like I said - it's an interesting premise. The problem for me was that there were too many characters all with a leading role. None of them really seemed very developed and it took almost the entire first half of the book for all 22 of them to even realize that they had the ability. The narrator (which was the collective "we" - all 22 "ESPies" as they call themselves) alludes to future events that never take place during the course of the story. It was an interesting idea, though. Different - which was nice.… (més)
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