Lauren Oliver is giving thanks for all of her favorite things and revealing her surprising spirit animal (complete with faces!) in the Thanksgiving week edition of Ask Lauren Oliver!
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Lauren Oliver recently talked to the All In A Day radio program at the Ottawa Teen Author Festival! She digs into the writing process behind REQUIEM, her new book PANIC, and more!
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Lauren Oliver is enticing fans to YALLFest this weekend in her newest Ask Lauren Oliver! Watch it below the cut!Read More »
Lauren Oliver, world traveler, is answering your questions from Barcelona!
This time, Lauren talking the Joy of X, crushes and the way she deals with flirtation, and the worst case scenario for a food lover such as her!Read More »
What item does Lauren Oliver love so much that she’d rather spend a year in federal prison than live without it? The author is answering this and other burning questions in this week’s episode of Ask Lauren Oliver!Read More »
Lauren Oliver is back to answer fan questions!
Things are getting deep in this episode! She talks about craft books for writers, the fear of failure, the best point-of-views, and what she would do if she were living as one of her characters!Read More »
Lauren Oliver is checking in from San Francisco to talk about collaborative writing (including more talk of her super secret middle grade project!), the challenges of avoiding cliches in your writing, and a surprising genre she is NOT ruling out!Read More »
For the first time in the YouTube series’ history, Lauren Oliver has a special guest on Ask Lauren Oliver! She welcomes on Courtney Sheinmel, author of Positively, Sincerely, Sophie, and the Stella Batts series!Read More »
“Delirium” takes place in an alternate, present-day reality where love is considered a devastating disease. Unsurprisingly, media consumption is highly restricted. Just like in “Matched,” citizens can read only approved literary works. Even the books that are permitted are interpreted far more rigidly. Take Shakespeare’s classic “Romeo and Juliet”: It’s regarded as a cautionary tale about the madness love brings–one that the novel’s protagonists Lena and Alex fail to heed.
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