Courtney Summers, author of many books including Cracked Up to Be, This is Not A Test, All The Rage, and her newest novel which comes out today, Sadie, talks about not wanting to do a book a year again, seeing her career shift 10 years in, how she thinks about her [abrupt] endings, sticking with the heart of the novel, and podcasts.
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Hear Courtney’s first First Draft interview (with bonus Veronica Roth) here!
When Courtney was first writing Sadie, the mystery was originally about who the killer was and the changed along the way
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