“When Annie moves from London to a small American town in the Mid-West, she struggles to fit in. She gets off to a bad start when she makes an enemy of her school’s queen bee, Kelsey. But she discovers a new passion the exciting sport of roller derby and makes friends with the cool and quirky girls on her team, the Liberty Belles. She also meets Jesse, the friendly boy who works at the roller rink, and Tyler, a cute all-American sports star.”
“Annie and Tyler are going out! OK, he can be a bit controlling sometimes, but Annie’s never had a boyfriend before so she assumes that’s what they’re like. Her roller derby team, the Liberty Belles, are in top position in the league but are they getting over-confident? Annie misses a few practice sessions so she can spend time with Tyler. As punishment, she gets left on the bench at a big bout. The whole team needs to refocus especially Annie.”
These books were written on commission (under the name Megan Sparks), which in this case means, it was someone else’s idea and I was hired to write it.
Youth Creative Writing Class in New Orleans!
Prepare to get your imagination rolling! Two creative writing workshops will be offered in New Orleans, August 11-15th, 2014 for 8-11 year olds and 12-15 year olds (ages flexible). Location will be around the uptown area, more details coming soon. Please email adiaz(at)alexandra-diaz(dot)com for more information!