Rosemary Clement-Moore is the author of supernatural mystery novels for young (and not so young) adults who appreciate smart, funny fiction. Her books range from the snarky and clever Maggie Quinn: Girl Versus Evil series to the spooky and romantic The Splendor Falls.
Books with supernatural story elements juxtaposed with real-life situations have influenced her literary style. She's also influenced by pop culture such as the X-Files, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and the works of Jane Austin, Susan Cooper, Louisa May Alcott, and Madeleine L'Engle. Ms. Clement-Moore enjoys adding the "what if?" factor to challenge her readers' perception of reality. Her main characters are resourceful and self-reliant heroines.
Rosemary Clement-Moore won the 2009 RITA Award for Best Young Adult Romance for her novel Hell Week.
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