The Dyers

Jonah Lisa Dyer & Stephen Dyer

The Season goes International

     I don’t know exactly how many languages The Season has been translator into, but it’s more than few.  I love seeing all the different covers, titles and tag... read more

Warner Brothers to make The Season for film!

We’re thrilled to announce that Warner Brothers has acquired the film rights to The Season for Temple Hill partners Marty Bowen & Wyck Godfrey.  You can read more about the acquisition on Deadline. This is the team that adapted YA novels The Twilight Saga,... read more

A Dutch Treat

I am thrilled to announce that The Season has been released in Holland through HarperCollins! Same great book, same great cover but a wonderful new title, Het Balseizoen (The Ball Season), and a hilarious new tagline…Debutes for Dummies. It’s a particular... read more

May Subscriber Giveaway

Happy May Day!  To kick off Spring and the last 2 months leading up to the release of The Season on July 12th, we’re giving away one SIGNED Advanced Reader Copy of THE SEASON (and a fancy pair of white gloves).  To enter simply subscribe to our newsletter in the... read more

Bookmark Giveaway!

It’s 75 days until The Season’s US release and we’re gearing up for a bunch of fun giveaways in May & June, including signed ARCs & items from Megan’s Debutante Bag.  To grease the skids and close out April we’re doing a small,... read more

Writing Spaces

Where a writer writes can be every bit as personal as how a writer writes.  Being a writing team we have to accommodate two different styles and preferences. Stephen likes getting out of the house.  He wants to get up, get dressed like it’s a regular job and... read more

ALA Mid-Winter Exhibit 2016

We’re still 6 months out from the release of The Season so the American Library Association’s Mid-winter meeting and exhibit in Boston this past week was not really on my radar.  Imagine my surprise when I noticed a familiar shock of pink tulle in the very... read more

The Idea: Away & Back

One of the most frequently asked questions writers get is “Where do your ideas come from?” Sometimes they come from our pasts, or from newspaper articles, sometimes they come from our dreams, or an overheard conversation in a waiting room gets us thinking.... read more

Saving Swans with Away & Back

Most of our work is for sheer entertainment and I’m totally cool with that.  I personally seek entertainment every single day.  But occasionally, our work gets to serve a greater purpose.  We get to inform or call attention, through fictional narrative, to... read more