Jaclyn Moriarty grew up in Sydney, Australia and studied in the United States and England. She spent four years working as a media and entertainment lawyer and is now writing full time. Jaclyn is the author of bittersweet teen bestsellers FEELING SORRY FOR CELIA, FINDING CASSIE CRAZY and BECOMING BINDY MACKENZIE.
April 2010 'new gen' Book of the Month title. A spellbinding story about ghosts, secrets, madness, passion, locked doors, femme fatales, and that terrifying moment in the final year of high school when Riley and Amelia realise the future’s coming to get you. They might be glamorous, talented and totally devoted to one another but there's more to the couple than meets the eye - they have secrets. And some of them are dangerous to share. And as Riley starts to lose his grip on Amelia, the repercussions affect everyone around them.
Who is Bindy Mackenzie? Bindy Mackenzie is smart and kind – or so she thinks. But, when she discovers that despite all of that, nobody likes her much, she banishes her kind self and tries something far more ruthless. Bindy records all her thoughts in a hilarious diary that explores a roller coaster of emotions.
Dear Ms Clarry, It has come to our attention that you are incredibly bad at being a teenager. Yours sincerely, The Association of Teenagers When Elizabeth Clarry's best friend Celia runs away to join the circus, Elizabeth has to hurry to the rescue, which isn't easy when she's generally incompetent at being a teenager. Then gorgeous Saxon Walker decides to lend a hand and things get even more complicated. It's a good thing Elizabeth has a new pen pal to talk to - because feeling sorry for Celia is turning out to be a full-time job.
Together, through notes, letters, and late nights, Elliot and Madeleine must find a way to travel across worlds and bring missing loved ones home. (Runtime 13 hours, 52 min)