A special holiday message, brought to you by singing authors, pets, guitars, and just the right amount of awkward.

A holiday message from the YA world!

And yes, I sang a line.

Even though I HATE singing (well, I don’t hate singing, I just hate singing where other people can hear…I waited until my housemate ran to the store to film my bit because I was too embarrassed).

The heinous state of edits means I probably won’t post again until after Christmas, so considered my awkwardness, and the awkwardness of many others, to be my gift to you.

Happy Holidays, from YA to You! (This idea, and execution, courtesy of the lovely Saundra Mitchell)

“Winter Wonderland” written by Felix Bernard and Richard B. Smith.

Featuring the vocal stylings of Tessa Gratton, Dawn Metcalf, Mike Mullin, Rhonda Stapleton, Jennifer Brown, Beth Revis, Victoria Schwab, Erica O’Rourke, Aprilynne Pike, R.J. Anderson, Maggie Stiefvater, Lara Zielin, Sara Bennett Wealer, Diana Peterfreund, Jon Skovron, Carrie Ryan, me, Julia Karr, Christine Johnson, Josh Berk, Sonia Gensler, Kimberly Derting, Jackson Pearce and Sarah Ockler.

Feel free to spread the video, and the holiday awkward!

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4 thoughts on “A special holiday message, brought to you by singing authors, pets, guitars, and just the right amount of awkward.

  1. Kristina D says:

    This was great, thanks for sharing and have a wonderful holidays!

  2. Almost peed my pants. Thanks for this!

  3. JP says:

    This is the BEST THING EVER. Thanks. XP

  4. Pica says:

    So much fun. Thanks for sharing. For the record, I think you can sing.

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