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Julie Artz
Writer of magical , RA, Coach, & contributor, & mentor. Repped by .
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Julie Artz Nov 13
Replying to @RosieeThor
YES! So excited.
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Julie Artz Nov 13
Replying to @ELatimerWrites
OMG, I just opened my email and started screaming when I saw this. Witches! Witches! Witches! Hooray!
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Julie Artz Nov 13
TFW our mentee totally rocks her revisions. happy dance!
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Chuck Wendig Nov 13
IN THIS TIME OF RAMPANT ASSHOLERY IN THIS ERA OF FLAGRANT DIPSHITTERY IN THIS UNHOLY EPOCH OF UNBRIDLED, UNMITIGATED, RECALCITRANT FUCKERY Why make anything? Why be creative? Not how – but rather, WHY? HOLD STILL, THREAD INCOMING: 25 REASONS TO KEEP ON MAKING STUFF.
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Julie Artz Nov 9
Replying to @what_eats_owls
Wow! Wow! Wow!
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Julie Artz Nov 6
Replying to @amandarhill32
There is a reason there are awesome sisters in my books ❤️
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Middle Grade @ Heart Nov 6
Thanks for joining us for tonight! November's book is THE HOTEL BETWEEN. You're going to love it! Mark your calendar for our next chat: December 4, 8pm ET.
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Julie Artz Nov 6
I love that this story didn’t tie up every bit of the story with a beat happy ending. So many kids today are dealing with things like Kate is and knowing you can draw strength from your friends and family during adversity is huge!
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Julie Artz Nov 6
Replying to @beingcindy
Us too! And card games. We laugh until we cry when we play together. And the extended family gets in on the fun too!
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Julie Artz Nov 6
I come from a blended family, so I really loved “family is family” when it came to Mom & Grammy, who are not related by blood. Whether it was half-sister or sister-in-law, we’ve always called each other “sister,” which has been powerful for us.
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Julie Artz Nov 6
Replying to @amandarhill32
When my dad died, I would spend hours looking at pictures and videos to remember and grieve. But my brother couldn’t. So that piece of Kate’s story really resonated with me.
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Julie Artz Nov 6
I loved how Kate & her mom processed their grief differently WRT music. Mom played to cope, but Kate couldn’t sing or play. So many beautiful, heartbreaking layers!
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Julie Artz Nov 6
Replying to @JeanneBecijos
That’s amazing!
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Julie Artz Nov 6
Jane was one of my favorite characters because she was so comfortable in her skin even though she was different. It was such a great moment when Kate finally saw her!
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Julie Artz Nov 6
I’m a knitter, so I believe in yarn magic. But I also think there’s a lot of magic just in being present for someone in today’s busy world.
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Julie Artz Nov 6
Replying to @nadine_rajeh
Agreed. We have lots of conversations about kindness vs honesty around here. It’s a fine balance.
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Julie Artz Nov 6
Replying to @sarahrbaughman
YES!
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Julie Artz Nov 6
She had so much trouble believing, which makes sense given how hard things were for her. For me, trusting that things will work out as they should is the hardest part.
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Julie Artz Nov 6
A1: with a 12yo daughter, I have fielded a bit of friend drama already. It’s so hard! I would say to speak your truth and remember to be kind. Kate & Sofia got there by the end, so I hope they stayed friends.
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Julie Artz Nov 6
I write all things geeky & magical and am a contributor to MG at Heart. I’m also captaining the chat tonight!
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