ABOUT COURTNEY STEVENS
Writing has always been a part of my life. In high school I wrote short stories and even won a Scholastic Arts and Writing Gold award in Fantasy.
I spent ten years in Higher Education and ended up with Masters in both Counseling and Theology. In 2008, I woke up with a plot line for a series of young adult novels. That was my launch pad into writing and SCBWI has been my fuel.
I am repped by Kelly Sonnack of the Andrea Brown Literary Agency. Faking Normal, a stand-alone realistic contemporary from HarperTeen in 2014, was my debut novel. The Blue-Haired Boy is a follow-up novella set in the world of Faking Normal. The Lies About Truth releases November 3rd, 2015. Dressing the Part is set to release in fall of 2016 and a fourth novel, currently untitled, will release in fall of 2017.
Courtney C. Stevens grew up in Kentucky and lives in Nashville, Tennessee. She is an adjunct professor at Lindsey Wilson College, the author of Faking Normal, The Blue-Haired Boy (Novella), The Lies About Truth, and two forthcoming titles, as well as the Author-in-Residence for JKS Communications, a national book publicity firm. Faking Normal is a 2015-16 Georgia Peach nominee, 2016 Bluegrass Award nominee, 2016 Volunteer State Book Award nominee, and the recipient of a Crystal Kite. As an educator, author and marketer, Courtney visits schools, designs retreats, and teaches workshops on marketing, revision, character development, John Truby, and Channeling Your Brave. You can find out more at courtneycstevens.com or follow her on Twitter @quartland