Jacqueline Harvey is the author of two beloved series — Alice-Miranda and Clementine Rose. Some time ago, I had the pleasure of attending an event of hers at a bookstore near me and saw a crowd — girls and boys — hanging on her every word. They hung on her every word about her characters, which speaks to how much her writing appeals to her readers. She’s a rockstar, and her fans adore her.
But perhaps, that’s explained by her experiences as a school teacher and her knowledge of kids? What do you think? Is Jacqueline the best example of write what you know done … right?