Cristin Terrill


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


Coming 9/03/13 from Disney-Hyperion

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"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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    Margaret (Katy Stephens) mourns the death of her son in the RSC’s production of Richard III directed by Michael Boyd. This photo was taken in the dress rehearsal. It was decided that this skeleton looked too gruesome so the bones used in the show were plain rather than bloody.

    Photo by Ellie Kurttz © RSC

    This was the only part of this production that wasn’t a completely MESS and it was still worth having seen this show just for these three minutes because Katy Stephens is a BAMF. 


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    At my favorite magic movie theatre waiting for MOCKINGJAY PART 2 to start. I first heard of the HUNGER GAMES during BEA of 2009. I was only just starting to take my own writing seriously so I was following a bunch of pub people on social media and everyone was talking about the fierce competition for CATCHING FIRE ARCs. I’d never heard of the books but went out and bought THE HUNGER GAMES and accidentally stayed up all night reading it and thought, hell yes, I hope I’m able to write a book like this someday. After that I felt like I had a lot more clarity about the kind of writer I wanted to be.