I’m Erin Brown and I write books about teenagers (at least, so far) who are probably too smart for their own good, and are trying to figure out what to do with their emotions and where to put their hands.
I grew up in Arkansas, where I was steeped in sweet tea, biscuits and gravy, high school football, and country music. I went to the University of Arkansas, where I joined Kappa Delta sorority, dated all the wrong guys, studied too much, and took life way too seriously. Feeling the need to experience a new place, I attended graduate school at Syracuse University, where I earned a degree in journalism and learned that winter is kind of great. After that, I moved to New York City, where I worked in publishing for four years before falling in love with a guy who is really good at getting jobs in Asia. So now I live in Singapore, where I ghostwrite op-eds and edit press releases, try not to get sunburned, and write books.
In addition to writing, I’m a Whedonite, Doctor Who and Game of Thrones obsessive, yogi, HGTV addict, CW television devotee, and introvert who is somehow married to an extreme extrovert.
If you’d like to reach me via email, you can do so at erinbrownwrites [at] gmail [dot] com.