THE OBLIGATORY BIO
Seth Muller (alright, that’s me writing this) has written books for middle graders (The Keepers of the Windclaw Chronicles Books One through Three) and young teens (Augustus Fig). He also has penned titles for people who, like him, firmly believe the Grand Canyon is rather awesome (Canyon Crossing and Heart in the Bony Middle).
He has created two plays, Convergence and Monsters—both produced, and received a commission from Canyon Moon Theatre Company to write a third, The Girl at the End of the Pier. Along with all the great projects and all the great people and publishers who have supported him, Seth has long held a big, crazy draw to young adult fiction. Manuscripts are in progress.
During the not-writing, not-researching, and not-revising times, Seth likes reading, hiking, exploring, baking, and coffee-drinking. He lives with his way-too-amazing family in Flagstaff and teaches English at Northern Arizona University.
Proud member of the Society for Children's Book Writers and Illustrators.
THE MERCURY PROJECT
One notable story in development is a novel about the final days of the Nevada Nuclear Test Site and the eleven high school seniors left in its only town, Mercury. The story, set in the early 1990s, blends the fictional and too-weird-to-be-true as it follows the last of the "nuke kids" to a startling revelation. They discover mysteries of the place known only as The Facility and how connects to their town and themselves.
BOOKS I RECOMMEND FROM FAVORITE YA AUTHORS
Note: Some added love here for Arizonans and Southwesterners.
REBEL BULLY GEEK PARIAH
Erin Jade Lange
NOW THAT YOU'RE HERE
Amy K. Nichols
DIE FOR YOU
Amy Fellner Dominy