About Me | Gwendolyn Heasley
When Gwendolyn Heasley was a little girl, she desperately wanted to be the next Ann M. Martin- the author of the beloved The Baby-Sitter’s Club series. She’s incredibly grateful that the recession rendered her unemployed and made her chase her nearly forgotten dream.
She is a proud graduate of Davidson College, University of Missouri-Columbia and Vermont College of Fine Arts. She currently lives in sunny Florida.
Write her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
She’ll write back.
- Her Fake EngagementGwen2018-02-19T11:49:26+00:00
- Miss ChristmasGwen2018-02-19T11:49:26+00:00
- The Art of GoodbyeGwen2018-02-19T11:49:26+00:00
- Don’t Call Me BabyGwen2018-02-19T11:49:26+00:00
- A Long Way from YouGwen2018-02-19T11:49:26+00:00
- Where I BelongGwen2018-02-19T11:49:27+00:00
What People Say About My Books
Witty . . . This surprisingly poignant comedy about teen-parent communication has enough bite to pique the interest of any teenager having trouble interacting meaningfully with her parents.
There is plenty of humor and heart to be found as Imogene navigates the peaks and pitfalls of ninth grade and tries, for the first time, to ‘narrate her own life.
With humorous, clear-eyed prose, Heasley looks at how parents and teens interpret one another’s motives and actions, and presents varying viewpoints about the Internet and personal privacy. Without preaching, she challenges her characters and readers to ask how much is too much.