Meredith Rose has been a literary rebel since the age of nine when she began rewriting novel endings she didn’t like.
Childhood peers mocked her for using words longer than two syllables, and adults told her that she would never be able to make it as a writer–because it’s, like, not a real career.
Thoroughly undaunted, (well, maybe a little daunted at times, to be honest) over the next two decades she secretly pursued writing novels and finally sold her first book at age twenty-nine (under a different name). She went on to publish another three novels, in which the experience of rewriting stuff actually came in useful. Chains of Silver is her first young adult novel, and she wrote it for her two teenage daughters who are also talented rebels in their own ways.
When she’s not writing, Meredith goes on bookstore dates with her husband, studies Welsh, dabbles in graphic design and altered art, and reads Tumblr way too much. Bucket list items include becoming a yarn bomber, Argentine tango dancer, and an opera singer.
Meredith loves interacting with readers—well, all you normal, non-stalker type readers, anyway. She can be found mostly lurking, but occasionally stirring up trouble at the following locations:
Her website: meredithrosebooks.com
And for you old-fashioned types who like email: firstname.lastname@example.org
And for you even older-fashioned types, or you vintage-loving sentimental types, you can send her actual handwritten notes and letters on stationery here and she will enthusiastically respond in kind:
2885 Sanford Ave SW #17598
Grandville, MI 49418