Hannah Moskowitz wrote her first story, about a kitten named Lilly
on the run from cat hunters, for a contest when she was seven years
old. It was disqualified for violence. First published at sixteen,
she is the author of two middle grade and six young adult novels,
including A History of Glitter and Blood. Her books have
received starred reviews, landed a spot on the ALA's Rainbow Book
List, and received a Stonewall Honor.
Kat Helgeson is a videographer and social media specialist living in Chicago, Illinois. She is very active on her twitter @katmankat.
"Everything is messy and heartfelt and ugh I am so deeply into
"There's quite a bit of resonance to be found within the pages of this book for anyone who's part of an online community, as well as a poignant story told in a very unique way."--Rally the Readers
"Allows readers to close the cover pondering all the different ways humans can love."-School Library Journal
"This portrayal of the fan world is spot-on. focused firmly on the real, messy relationships that can form in the digital age."--Booklist
"If Hannah Moskowitz writes it-or in this case, co-writes it-I will read it."--Leila Roy, Bookshelves of Doom, a Kirkus Reviews Blog
"It's very satisfying to see this moment in fandom and Internet-originating relationships so capably represented."-Kirkus Reviews
"Vividly portrays the minute-to-minute nature of modern communication."-Publishers Weekly
"I liked Gena and I liked Finn, not just as characters but as people. Although their experiences were different from mine, I could see myself in both women--all of the uncertainty and indecisiveness and insecurity."-- Billie Bloebaum, A Children's Place, Portland, OR