Andrea Robertson

(formerly Andrea Cremer)

 

New York times

bestselling author

 

 

 

 

 

BOOKS

BOOKS

The Turncoat's Gambit:
Book Three,
The Inventor's Secret series
Arriving November 15, 2016!
Nightshade:
Book One,
The Nightshade Series
Availble now!

The Conjurer's Riddle:

Book Two,

The Inventor's Secret series

Available now!

Wolfsbane:
Book Two,
The Nightshade Series
Available now!

The Inventor's Secret:

Book One,

The Inventor's Secret Series

Available now!

Available now!

Forged in Fire and Stars is the first book in Andrea Robertson's new fantasy series. In stores May 5, 2020

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An epic and classic fantasy set in a bleak world with a journey to save it all. Purchase for libraries with fans of fantasies like Holly Black’s Cruel Prince and Leigh Bardugo’s Six of Crows.

- School Library Journal

High-stakes, high concept fantasy...Fans of Leigh Bardugo's Grishaverse will flock to this series. - Booklist

The Inventor's Secret

Book One,

The Inventor's Secret Series

Available now!

Nightshade
Book One,
The Nightshade Series
Availble now!
Rift
Book One,
Nightshade Origins
Availble now!
Invisibility
co-authored with
David Levithan
Available now!

The Conjurer's Riddle

Book Two,

The Inventor's Secret series

Available now!

Wolfsbane
Book Two,
The Nightshade Series
Available now!
Rise
Book Two,
Nightshade Origins
Availble now!
A Tyranny of Petticoats
An incredible collection of stories, including my tale "High Stakes"
Available now!
The Turncoat's Gambit
Book Three,
The Inventor's Secret series
Arriving November 15, 2016!
Bloodrose
Book Three,
The Nightshade Series
Available now!
Snakeroot
Nightshade Legacy
Availble now!
Captive
 (written as A.D. Robertson, *mature content*)
A forbidden tale of the Nightshade world
Available now!

IN THE PRESS

A fantastical mash-up of religious warriors and witch hunts, of feminist will and societal oppression, "Nightshade" is historical fiction — with a modern, pop culture twist. An intelligent reimagining of the past played out in the present with shape-shifting werewolves residing in Vail, Colo., "Nightshade" is a book for well-read hopeless romantics who like their heroines conflicted, their love interests smoldering and their passions triangulated and torrid, yet unfulfilled.

  LOS ANGELES TIMES


on Nightshade

 

 

Cremer gives readers a fantastical world with mechanical wonders and an opulent vintage setting. The characters are interesting and well developed. Readers will be drawn to future installments.

VOYA,

STARRED REVIEW

The Inventor's Secret

Levithan and Cremer again prove themselves masters of their craft. The inventive, enrapturing story that follows involves spellseekers and a curse-casting grandfather, but Stephen’s and Elizabeth’s journey is largely about redemption, self-acceptance, and love. Cremer and Levithan make Stephen’s invisibility something every reader can relate to, and therein lies the magic.

PUBLISHERS WEEKLY,

STARRED REVIEW

Invisibility

BIO

Andrea Cremer began writing novels after a horse broke her foot. Ten books later, she believes that horse must have been an agent of fate. Prior to becoming a full-time writer, Cremer resided in the academic world where she was a professor of early modern history. She now lives in Southern California where she enjoys writing at outdoor cafes with her Havanese, Joss, and rides her horse (a different horse!), B, in the Chino Hills State Park.

 
 
 

BIO

Andrea Cremer began writing novels after a horse broke her foot. Ten books later, she believes that horse must have been an agent of fate. Prior to becoming a full-time writer, Cremer resided in the academic world where she was a professor of early modern history. She now lives in Southern California where she enjoys writing at outdoor cafes with her Havanese, Joss, and rides her horse (a different horse!), B, in the Chino Hills State Park.

BIO

Andrea Cremer began writing novels after a horse broke her foot. Ten books later, she believes that horse must have been an agent of fate. Prior to becoming a full-time writer, Cremer resided in the academic world where she was a professor of early modern history. She now lives in Southern California where she enjoys writing at outdoor cafes with her Havanese, Joss, and rides her horse (a different horse!), B, in the Chino Hills State Park.

BIO

Andrea Robertson began writing novels after a horse broke her foot. Twelve books later, she believes that horse must have been an agent of fate.

Prior to becoming a full-time writer, Robertson resided in the academic world where she was a professor of early modern history. She now lives in Southern California with her husband and two dogs.

CONTACT

Questions for Andrea? Send an email! andrea@andrearobertsonbooks.com

For rights inquiries, please contact Charles Olsen at InkWell Management:

Tel: 212-922-3500 | charlie@inkwellmanagement.com

For speaking engagements, school visits, and author appearances, please contact

Penguin Young Readers | penguinauthorvisits@gmail.com

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