• AdviceToWriters Interview


    When and where do you write?

    I always say that, for me, books get written a sentence at a time…that you write in your head sometimes and then put it on paper, and having once been a single mother to three kids, I never quite had the kind of schedule where I could block hours, weeks, days….

  • Amy Ephron: ‘Learn From It, Move On and Try Not to Dwell On Mistakes’

    thrive globalThe author on finding energy in adversity, the book that changed her life and her favorite motto.

  • Amy Ephron’s Carnival Magic Reminds Young Readers to Touch the Sky - Parade

    parade logoBest-selling author Amy Ephron has always been a magical storyteller. These days, she is using her writing ways to fuel the imaginations of young readers. In the recently released Carnival Magic, the world is invited to join the continued adventures of Tess and Max where all things seem possible.

  • Author Amy Ephron Urges Young Readers to Believe in Themselves in The Castle in the Mist

    parade logoBestselling author Amy Ephron is used to telling beautiful tales. But with the recent release of The Castle in the Mist, her new novel for young readers, Ephron has stepped into a fantasy world that reminds us all of the power of child and adolescent imagination. I caught up with Ephron to find out a little more about her fantastic shift and the magical world of Tess and her brother Max.

  • Four Questions for Amy Ephron from Publisher’s Weekly

    publishers weekly

    publishers weeklyAmy Ephron’s writing spans an array of genres and media. Her novels for adults includeA Cup of Tea andOne Sunday Morning; she authored a book of essays and observations entitledLoose Diamonds; and she is a contributor and contributing editor atVogue and Her writing has appeared in numerous additional periodicals, among them the New York Times, theLos Angeles Times, andHouse Beautiful. Ephron explores new literary turf in her debut children’s book,The Castle in the Mist, a middle-grade novel released this month. In the story, American siblings Tess and Max are spending a summer in England with their aunt when an old brass key opens a gate leading to a hidden castle, where they find magic, mystery, and a new friend.

  • Mr Ripley's Enchanted Books: Interview With Author Amy Ephron

    mr ripleysWelcome, Amy Ephron, to Mr Ripley's Enchanted Books.