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Blythe Woolston

Biography

Blythe Woolston

Blythe makes things out of words. 
 
Things made of words like MARTians.
 
Her debut YA novel, THE FREAK OBSERVER, earned the William C. Morris Award. BLACK HELICOPTERS, a novel about terror and terrorism, earned a Montana Book Award honor and the High Plains Book Award for YA. She is represented by Sarah Davies at Greenhouse Literary.
 
Blythe also writes back-of-the-book indexes.

Blythe Woolston

Books by Blythe Woolston

by Blythe Woolston - Family, Youth Fiction

In a near-future world of exurban decay studded with big box stores, daily routine revolves around shopping --- for those who can. For Zoë, the mission is simpler: live.