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Presenting Debutante Elise Allen and Populazzi

Presenting Debutante Elise Allen and Populazzi

To date, Elise Allen has earned and enjoyed a successfully diverse writing career in both Hollywood and New York, however it’s the upcoming publication of her solo YA novel Populazzi — debuting August 1, 2011 — that has her heart right now. Introducing herself at The Debutante Ball in the August 30, 2010 post, If It’s Monday, It Must Be Deb Elise, she wrote: “I live in L.A., and came out here immediately after college to follow my big dreams…

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Guest Elise Allen on YA = Your Age

Guest Elise Allen on YA = Your Age

[A few days ago the entry on my desktop calendar read: “Years do not make age.” __George Sand. And, in today’s guest post, Elise Allen — debuting with her YA novel, Populazzi on August 1, 2011 — serendipitously proves the truth of that quote.] YA= Your Age Okay, maybe not your age specifically. I don’t know how old you are, and I swear I’m not trying to wheedle it out of you. I do want to talk about why YA…

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The Revealing of Elise Allen

The Revealing of Elise Allen

Having earned success as a busy, popular, collaborative writer, Elise Allen is preparing to launch her solo career as a novelist with her YA book, Populazzi coming August 1, 2011. But first Elise will savor her two Daytime Emmy Nominations for being a writer of Dinosaur Train — the PBS animated show. Then it will be all about her book, Populazzi, focusing on many an adolescent’s wishful thinking of: WHAT WOULD YOU DO if you had the chance to erase…

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Guest Elise Allen on
Collaboration Celebration: a Summation

Guest Elise Allen on
Collaboration Celebration: a Summation

[Elise Allen (Populazzi YA coming August 1, 2011) has written for children’s television and film and is the co-writer of Hilary Duff’s first novel for teens, Elixir, which debuted two days ago — Tuesday, October 12, 2010. Elise believes she’s been part of a writing team for most of her life and, in today’s bonus guest post, the co-author describes the collaborative process.] Collaboration Celebration: a Summation A couple months into eighth grade, my best friend slipped me a notebook…

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