Author Taylor Stevens

CONTACTS:


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Interact: I'm kind of hit or miss as far as positing and updating social media, but I do try to respond to all reader comments, tweets, interactions, and such. You can find me on:

  • FaceBook
  • Twitter
  • Tumblr
  • Google Plus
  • The absolute best way to interact with me is through my email list. which is also that thing over there ---> (or down at the bottom if you're viewing this on a cell phone.)

  • REPRESENTATION:

    Agent:
    Anne Hawkins/John Hawkins & Associates
    80 Maiden Lane - Suite 1503
    New York, New York 10038

    Film Rights:
    Jon Cassir
    Creative Arts Agency
    2000 Avenue of the Stars
    Los Angeles, CA 90067

    Media and Publicity:
    Sarah Breivogel
    Executive Publicist
    The Crown Publishing Group
    1745 Broadway- 13th Fl
    New York, NY 10019
    Ph: 212-572-2722
    email: sBreivogel@randomhouse.com


    REQUESTS:

    Book Clubs: I truly adore my fans and love interacting with my readers. Although I can't guarantee availability, schedule permitting, I'm more than happy to Skype in for discussions. Availability is easiest in the evenings and I'll do my best to provide between 30 and 45 minutes of Q&A. Again, schedule permitting.

    Donated Copies: I receive fairly frequent requests for donations of signed books. Because I hate saying no, I typically don't respond to emails of this nature--not because I don't support your cause or don't want to help, but because even though I'm the author, I simply don't have a supply of books. I do receive a small number of copies from the publisher at the time of printing, and as these are designated as thank-you gifts for those who have been instrumental in making writing possible, they are gone by the time donation requests arrive. Your best chance at getting donated copies is to contact my publisher, and depending on their policy and whether or not books are available, they may or may not be able to get something to you.

    Signed Books: Only rarely do I have extra copies of my titles on hand. Strange, I know, but I only write the books--the publisher is the one who prints them, so they're the guys with the warehouses and extra stock. The best bet for getting signed books is to look at the events page and check in with bookstores where I have done signings in the past. Other than that, if you keep a lookout for future events and I happen to be coming to your area, you can bring backlist with you and I will happily sign what you have, and/or you can call upcoming events and purchase/pre-order from them over the phone. If you want a book personalized, they are usually pretty good about getting requests to me when I'm signing.

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