Go Geek, Young Adult! YA Panel Discussion with Charlotte Huang, Julie Buxbaum and Adriana Mather, Moderated by “Nerd Girl” Blogger Sara E. Santana

Tuesday,  September 13th at 7:00 p.m.

Fans of YA are in for a triple treat with this celebration of author Charlotte Huang’s newly released Going Geek. Charlotte will be in conversation with two other compelling contributors to the genre,  NY Times Bestselling author Julie Buxbaum (Tell Me Three Things), and debut novelist Adriana Mather (How to Hang a Witch). Come by for a fun and intriguing discussion with these fantastic YA novelists. Moderated by the up and coming writer — and on-fire YA blogger — Sara Elizabeth Santana (whatanerdgirlsays.com)

GG_YApanel_02-01Charlotte Huang , celebrating the release of her second YA novel Going Geekis the author of For the Record. She grew up in the Boston area and was a day student at a prestigious boarding school, where she didn’t quite hit her stride but made great friends and got good at writing ten-page papers in one night.

Adriana Mather, author of the forthcoming How to Hang a Witch (view book trailer here) is the 12th generation of Mathers in America, with family roots stretching back to the first Thanksgiving, the Salem Witch Trials, the Revolutionary War, and the Titanic. Adriana co-owns Zombot Pictures, a production company that makes feature films. In addition to producing, Adriana is also an actress.

Julie Buxbaum is the New York Times best selling author of Tell Me Three Things, her young adult debut, and the critically acclaimed novels The Opposite of Love and After You.  Her work has been translated into twenty-five languages. Julie’s writing has appeared in various publications, including The New York Times. Visit Julie online at www.juliebuxbaum.com and follow @juliebux on Twitter.

Moderator Sara Elizabeth Santana is a YA and NA fiction writer. She has worked as a smoothie artist, Disneyland cast member, nanny, photographer, pizza delivery driver and barista but writing is what she loves most. She runs her own nerd girl/book review blog, What A Nerd Girl Says.  Her debut novel is The Awakened. The sequel, The Sanctuary, is set to release December 2016.