Wednesday, January 20, 2021 - 7:00pm
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How to Order a Signed/Personalized Bookplate from Kassandra Tate and Rebecca Phelps
With the purchase of the author's book at checkout under “Order Comments” write if you would like a signed or personalized bookplate and to whom it should be personalized. Personalization requests are due one week after the event. Please note that it may be up to several business weeks after the order deadline for you to receive your bookplate. Thank you for understanding!
About the Authors
Kassandra Tate is named after a Greek prophetess who was cursed so that no one would listen to her. Kassandra believed this was a bad omen for most of her life until she discovered writing and began posting her stories on Wattpad (@famouxx) in 2015. Since then she has accumulated several millions of reads and when she isn’t writing novels, she can be found writing content for film and TV. Kassandra lives in LA with her sisters and beloved cats.
Rebecca Phelps is an actress, screenwriter, and novelist based in Los Angeles. As an actress, she has appeared in films that premiered at Austin International Film Festival and the Toronto International Comedy Festival, and she was the joint recipient of the best ensemble award at the Breckenridge and Ashland Independent Film Festivals. As a writer, her screenplays have been finalists in Project Greenlight, Fade-In, and Austin International Film Festival, and her adaption of Mary Downing Hahn’s The Doll in the Garden (co-written with screenwriter husband Steffen Phelps) was optioned by Cole-Abbitt Productions. She is the co-creator of the website novel2screen.net which analyzes film and television adapted from other material and her debut novel, Down World, is the recipient of the Watty Award for Best Young Adult Fiction for 2019.