Thursday, May 9, 2013

Day 15 Item #11: Author Ellen Booraem *RACE TO DONATE ITEM*

The Write Stuff for Boston Auction Race to Donate Day 15
Item #11: Signed copies of THE UNNAMEABLE and SMALL PERSONS WITH WINGS from Author Ellen Booraem

You are bidding on:
·         Signed copy of THE UNNAMEABLE
·         Signed copy of SMALL PERSONS WITH WINGS
Opening Bid: $25
Auction Begins: Thursday 5/9 @ 10:00AM EDT
Auction Ends: Upon RACE TO DONATE bid--or--Thursday 5/16 @ 10:00PM EDT
About THE UNNAMEABLE: Magic meets the real world in two novels by Ellen Booraem. In THE UNNAMEABLES, an outcast boy in a utilitarian society secretly starts making art, and a rowdy goatman forces him into the open with drastic consequences.

About SMALL PERSONS WITH WINGS: SMALL PERSONS WITH WINGS follows the adventures of 13-year-old Mellie, who discovers that a tribe of Small Persons with Wings (they hate being called fairies) gave her family a magic ring generations ago and now want it back. Booraem’s Ebooks have made “best of the year” lists for Kirkus Reviews, Publishers Weekly, and other publications.

BIO: Ellen Booraem’s TEXTING THE UNDERWORLD, a middle-grade fantasy about a scaredy-cat South Boston boy and a determined young banshee, comes out August 15, 2013 (Penguin/Dial Books for Young Readers). Her earlier middle-grade fantasies are SMALL PERSONS WITH WINGS (Penguin/DBYR, 2011) and THE UNNAMEABLES (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2008). She lives in coastal Maine with an artist, a dog, and a cat, one of whom is a practicing curmudgeon. She's online at, and also blogs at

Ellen Booraem’s website:

Photo credit: Sherry Streeter

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