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Gretchen McNeil

Gretchen writes YA urban fantasy, paranormal and historical fiction and is repped by Ginger Clark of Curtis Brown.She is a former coloratura soprano, the voice of Mary on G4′s Code Monkeys and she currently sings with the LA-based circus troupe Cirque Berzerk. Gretchen is a founding member of vlog group the YARebels where she can be seen as “Monday” and an active member of The Enchanted Inkpot, a group blog of YA and middle grade fantasy writers.

Genres: Young Adult Fiction, Young Adult Romance, Urban Fantasy
Gretchen McNeil recommends
The May Queen Murders (2016)
Sarah Jude
"Dar, dangerous, and drippingly gothic."
Bad Blood (2017)
Demitria Lunetta
"Dark and complex and wickedly romantic."
Dreamfall (2017)
(Dreamfall, book 1)
Amy Plum
"Surreal and terrifying, Dreamfall is an adventure wrapped in a nightmare."
Lies You Never Told Me (2018)
Jennifer Donaldson
"With obsession-worthy characters and a page-turning plot, Lies You Never Told Me is your newest addiction!"
Dive Smack (2018)
Demetra Brodsky
"A tense psychological drama with a voice that pulls you in and a twist you won't see coming."
I, Claudia (2018)
Mary McCoy
"With its addictive voice, inventive storytelling, and one of the most fascinating and original heroines I've ever met, I, Claudia captivated me from the very first page. I couldn't put it down!"
Spectacle (2019)
(Spectacle, book 1)
Jodie Lynn Zdrok
"With a fierce heroine, grisly 19th-century murders, and a mystery that left me on the edge of my seat, Spectacle is an immersive, Parisian, YA From Hell that I absolutely devoured!"
I Killed Zoe Spanos (2020)
Kit Frick
"An atmospheric and creepy page-turner."
You Were Never Here (2020)
Kathleen Peacock
"A tense, creepy thriller with an engrossing Twin Peaks-ian atmosphere that sucked me in from the first page and kept me hanging on every word. I couldn't put it down!"
Summer's Edge (2022)
Dana Mele
"With an exquisitely tense haunting and a twist-filled mystery that kept me guessing, Summer's Edge hooked me from the first line and, like its lake house, would not let me go."
Dark Room Etiquette (2022)
Robin Roe
"A stunning achievement in psychological terror. I couldn't look away."
The Second Death of Edie and Violet Bond (2022)
Amanda Glaze
"Eerily atmospheric, expertly paced, and with a luscious world you'll want to escape into, fans of The Night Circus will devour Violet and Edie's story just like I did. A stunning debut!"

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