Celebrate National Reading Month with WEIRD GIRL AND WHAT’S HIS NAME: 40% Off in March

Share This! by March Backlist Feature: Weird Girl and What’s His Name This March, young readers in schools across America will participate in National Reading Month, and Three Rooms Press is celebrating by spotlighting Weird Girl and What’s His Name … Continue reading →

WEIRD GIRL AND WHAT’S HIS NAME named  Foreword Reviews’ 2015 INDIEFAB YA Fiction Book of the Year

Share This! by NEW YORK—Today, Three Rooms Press is pleased to announce WEIRD GIRL AND WHAT’S HIS NAME has been recognized as the Gold winner in the 18th annual Foreword Reviews’ INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards for YA Fiction. Narrowed down from nearly … Continue reading →

Weird Girl and What’s His Name Tapped as Finalist for IndieFab Awards

Share This! by NEW YORK—Three Rooms Press is thrilled to announce that WEIRD GIRL AND WHAT’S HIS NAME, the compelling LGBT Young Adult Novel by Meagan Brothers (Debbie Harry Sings in French, Supergirl Mixtapes) was selected as a FINALIST for … Continue reading →

WEIRD GIRL AND WHAT’S HIS NAME Nets Reviewers’ Choice 2015 from Foreword Reviews

Share This! by WEIRD GIRL AND WHAT’S HIS NAME, Meagan Brothers extraordinary 2015 YA novel, was just named to Foreword Reviews’ Reviewers’ Choice 2015 list. In a special summary review for the honorary list, reviewer Christine Mikkola raved “Aside from … Continue reading →

The Reviews Are In: WEIRD GIRL AND WHAT’S HIS NAME Is A Hit!

Share This! by Just a week after the official release of Meagan Brothers’s Weird Girl and What’s His Name (Three Rooms Press, 978-1941110270), we’re ecstatic to share with you the reviews that have been rolling in. They all agree: this is the one … Continue reading →

Meagan Brothers At Hudson Valley Writers’ Center

Share This! by On Friday, October 30, author Meagan Brothers will be reading from Weird Girl and What’s His Name at the Hudson Valley Writers’ Center in Sleepy Hollow, NY. The reading starts at 7:30 p.m. and costs $10. The … Continue reading →