I’ve published 13 books: A novel called The Long Haul, a memoir called Little Panic, and 11 books for kids written under pseudonyms. All can be found below…
BY AMANDA STERN
In the vein of bestselling memoirs about mental illness like Andrew Solomon's Noonday Demon, Sarah Hepola's Blackout and Daniel Smith's Monkey Mind comes a gorgeously immersive, immediately relatable, and brilliantly funny memoir about living life on the razor's edge of panic.
THE LONG HAUL
The Long Haul is about a frozen relationship between a college-aged alcoholic ("The Alcoholic") and his codependent girlfriend (the protagonist whose name is never spoken). Shifting between Upstate New York and New York City, the story follows the trajectory of their doomed six-year relationship.
“This moody novel is about dependency and inaction, but it is told with brave, risky language. Much of the time this pays off with metaphors that are so fresh they are almost jarring; they deliver the shock of unexpected truth.” -the San Francisco Chronicle
BY A.J. STERN
The Frankly Frannie Series -- Written under the name, A.J. Stern, "Frankly, Frannie," is a series of 9 books centered on Frannie Bird Miller, an elementary school girl who just wants a job. Armed with a resume and business cards, Frannie can't wait to be hired, have an office, an office supply closet, and of course, an assistant. Jobs aren't so easy to come by it turns out, which leaves Frannie with just one option, hire herself. From radio talk show host to fortune teller, every book follows Frannie as she tries out a new job.
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BY FIONA ROSENBLOOM
You are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah & We are SO Crashing Your Bar Mitzvah!-- Written under the name, Fiona Rosenbloom, "You are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah!" & "We are SO Crashing Your Bar Mitzvah!" is a series of 2 books for young adults. Published by Hyperion, in 2005 and 2006, the books center on Stacy Adelaide Friedman, her best friend Lydia, a boy and the Bat Mitzvah that comes between them.