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For event inquiries, contact melissalittleauthor@gmail.com

I make school visits! 

Instagram: @mllittleauthor (I check DMs)


Interviews 

I typically only interview those with whose work I am familiar, so I can personalize the questions. However, I may be interested in interviewing you if you are a(n): 

--Illustrator 

--Published author of speculative fiction: all sub-genres. 

--Promoting a new release 

Email melissalittleauthor@gmail.com if you fit one of the qualifications. I book a couple of months in advance. 


Reviews 

On some occasions, I accept free copies of books in exchange for reviews on Instagram, Goodreads, the blog, and Amazon. 

Email melissalittleauthor@gmail.com or DM instagram @mllittleauthor for inquiries. 


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