YOUR NAME IN INK
By Jessie Karan
About The Book
It’s a well-known and never discussed fact, the Disappearances.
It just happens.
Life goes on.
Your family forgets you.
But fifteen-going-on-sixteen Kaede never forgets the children who are Taken. Her world may appear to be one of black and white simplicity, but the Disappearances are her glimpse into what lies beneath the perfection of the City. In a world where everyone is the same, what will Kaede do to be different? And more importantly, does being the same mean being safe?
About Your Name in Ink
In the Your Name in Ink Program, professional writers mentor youth through a 6-9 month revision process which results in a printed or published book available through independent bookstores and other retailers. Through Your Name in Ink, youth writers:
- experience the editorial process
- take their writing skills to the next level
- learn the ins and outs of how the publishing world works
- support a cause they believe in with the proceeds of their book
“Youth authors have important stories to tell,” says Society of Young Inklings Executive Director, Naomi Kinsman. “By publishing their novels, we celebrate their enormous accomplishment. Their gift of perspective and the funds they raise make an impact on causes close to their hearts.”