Pitch Wars Mentor Book Spotlight with Gail Nall!

Pitch Wars Mentor Book Spotlight with Gail Nall!

Gail Nall

Gail Nall

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Gail Nall lives in Louisville, Kentucky with her family and more cats than necessary. She once drove a Zamboni, has camped in the snow in June, and almost got trampled in Paris. Gail is the author of the Aladdin/S&S middle grade novels BREAKING THE ICE, the YOU’RE INVITED series (co-authored with Jen Malone), and the upcoming OUT OF TUNE (11/8/16) and SEVEN SIDES TO EVERY STORY (co-authored, Summer 2017). She is also the author of the young adult novel, EXIT STAGE LEFT (Epic Reads Impulse/HarperCollins).

Out of Tune

OUT OF TUNE

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When Maya’s parents sell their house and move the family into the world’s ugliest RV to travel the country, Maya’s only goal is to get back home — and fast. No way is she going to miss the chance to audition for Dueling Duets, the singing competition show that’s going to surely propel her—and her cowboy-hatted crush—to country stardom.

But Operation Maya Goes Home turns out to be more complicated than she had expected, so Maya sets out on a secret 100-mile bike ride through Yellowstone National Park with her know-it-all little sister, a cute nature-loving boy, and a blue-haired girl named Shiver (a.k.a. the most annoying person ever). Somewhere between the worst muscle ache she’s ever had and losing half of their group to a flat tire, Maya starts wondering if maybe, just maybe, it’s possible to find home in the last place you expected.

OUT OF TUNE releases November 8, 2016 from Aladdin/Simon & Schuster.

 

Author: Heather Cashman

With a Bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry, the lab reports always lacked the fantastical element Heather's imagination demands. Hypotheses turned into taglines and novels, so she's going back to college for a Creative Writing degree. Her novels range from Epic Fantasy to Contemporary Speculative Fiction, she dabbles in picture books, and is currently seeking representation. ~Member SCBWI

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  1. I have to stop reading these. My book list is getting longer which means my time to get anything else done is getting shorter. 😉

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    • I get you, Lisa. My love for National Parks and also the fact that the author was almost trampled in Paris (my hometown) trigger my interest.

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  2. Thanks so much, you all! 🙂 November seems forever away, but I hope you enjoy the book once it’s available! (And the Paris trampling? Happened during an outdoor Bryan Adams concert during the Fête de la Musique. It was definitely an experience!)

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