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Hi there!

I’m the author

of SEERS,

a young adult contemporary novel that will change the way you think about your memories and your ability to protect them.

When I set out to write a book for my students I channeled back to my teen years. What did I want in a book back then? Simple. Really cool super powers.

So I thought about mind reading and then kicked it up a notch. Seers don’t read minds. They raid brains.Seers_300

 

 

2013 NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PRINCIPALS CHILDREN’S BOOK OF THE YEAR

SEERS was chosen by a select panel including experts from the fields of editing, education, reviewing, bookselling, and libraries based on content, originality, and age-appropriateness.

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  1. A.J. Smith says:

    Ms.Bowe, you are the best, most awesome,coolest funniest teacher ever and I think that you are GREAT!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. angie tango says:

    Hi, I really want to be one of the first people to read your book and it would be absolutely amazIng if you signed it for me:) Im not the biggest fan of reading but i do love writing. I hope that your book does become very successful and doo NOT forget about mee. i will visit you alot when i get to high school,but no need to worry i still have a year.(:

  3. Kiara says:

    i totally love the idea of this book!!!Can’t wait until it comes out!!! You’re awesome Miss.Bowe

  4. kbowe says:

    Thanks for the encouraging words. I’m glad to see you are excited for my book. Peaking your interest is the only way I know to get you reading!

  5. marieevans says:

    hi! mrs.Bowe you are the awesomest teacher ever!

  6. david driscoll says:

    Im not really into books, but i would be interested to check your book out.

  7. kbowe says:

    Keep reading David. I promise. There are books out there waiting for you.

  8. marieevans says:

    hey mrs.Bowe! I really love writing (as you know) but i can never keep writing just ONE book what do I do?

    • kbowe says:

      That’s a though one. I could say: Let your creative energies take you wherever they will because you’re young, and you should be experimenting in what kind of writing you like, mysteries, thrillers, sci-fi. You have your older years to commit to one book that can be published. But . . . as you know–because we’ve discussed it in class–many authors started writing at the magic age of twelve. It’s an important age. With that in mind, my advice is to do both. Here’s how: Stop writing novels for now. Start writing short stories with a clear, crisp beginning and a strong ending. Edit them. Change them. Perfect them. Feel that feeling of power when you finish, really finish, a story. By doing this you can still jump around and give all your ideas a voice, and, at the same time, you can finish them and get that I-feel-like-a-writer feeling.

  9. gaby montanez says:

    Mrs. Bowe,
    I feel proud that you were my writing teacher.. I truly hope that I get to be one of the first to read your book, and hopefully you can sign it for me!! Keep on going ♥ Maybe you and Mrs. Blanchard should write a book together fo adolescent readers like us!!! Thank you for being such a sincere, true, and amazing teacher!!!
    Gaby Montanez
    PS: Thanks for making me a better writer!!

  10. kbowe says:

    Go write your own FUNNY. :)

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