Cristin Terrill


ALL OUR YESTERDAYS was awarded the 2014 Thriller Award for Best Young Adult Novel by the International Thriller Writers!


The ALL OUR YESTERDAYS prequel web series is here! In PAST IS PROLOGUE, meet Em and Finn and learn about the secret they're keeping from the man they call only "the doctor" in this story that leads up to the beginning of the novel. All four episodes are now available!


Coming 9/03/13 from Disney-Hyperion

Pre-Order at Amazon / BN / IndieBound

"Time travel done right. Powerful emotional relationships and tight plotting in this debut mark Terrill as an author to watch." -- Kirkus STARRED Review

"Masterfully plotted and rich with emotion, ALL OUR YESTERDAYS is possibly the most addictive book I've read this year." -- Becca Fitzpatrick, NYT Bestselling Author

Read the SUMMARY and FIRST CHAPTER online now!


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  • ALL OUR YESTERDAYS Inspirations Video May 25, 2013
    This is what happens when you ask me to make a vlog (*shudder*) about the inspirations behind All Our Yesterdays and then let me mess around on iMovie for a couple of hours.  The post ALL OUR YESTERDAYS Inspirations Video appeared first on Cristin Terrill.

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  • Sometimes a book just cannot be fixed. And sometimes you can’t know that until you’re in the middle of it.

    - Cristin Terrill, author of ALL OUR YESTERDAYS, on realizing the planned sequel was not a workable project. Listen to the whole interview here! (via jeskuhbs)

    Oh good, I’m so glad this quote about my failure is becoming so popular. *headdesk*


  • firstdraftwithsarahenni:

    The lovely Cristin Terrill invited me over to discuss theater, Sir Ian McKellen buying tea, and her recent decision to admit a planned sequel to her debut novel, All Our Yesterdays, was not a workable project. Cristin is funny and quick, and her kindhearted vibe may have something to do with the fact that she knows she has a safety net: dog grooming school.

    Cristin Terrill Show Notes

    Artist Alfons Maria Mucha

    His Dark Materials performance by the National Theater

    D.C. writer Sara McClung

    I couldn’t listen to this since hearing my own voice embarrasses me, but Sarah is awesome (you should be following her!) so I trust she made me sound cool.

    If you want a little more insight into how the whole sequel thing went down, I know we discussed that for a while.