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Erin Donohue shares the story behind her best-selling YA novel
Fantastic Christmas Book Deals
 
Escalator News
Changes ahead and a farewell
Erin Donohue shares the story behind her best-selling YA novel
We are excited to have recently launched Erin Donohue’s Because Everything Is Right but Everything Is Wrong.

This powerful coming-of-age story follows 17-year-old Caleb Evans as he struggles to hold his life together while everything around him is falling apart.
It comes as no surprise to us that it was recently the 2nd highest-selling New Zealand children’s fiction title on the Nielsen bestseller list.

There was barely a dry eye in the house as Erin shared the experiences that inspired her novel; we are sure you will be moved by her speech too.

'I write because I love writing. I love the power it has, and the profound effect it can have on a reader. I love feeling that irreversible feeling that I get when I read a great book and I love it when others feel that after reading my work.'

Look for the special deal on this novel.
Read all of Erin's speech here
Escalate Your Summer Reading!
We’re moving, and we’ve got too many books. So we’re offering some great deals. Even a deal on our newest book! Buy your summer books, or some Christmas presents (Escalator Press is known for really good reads, so you can’t go wrong).

While away with YA bundle
Buy either Like Nobody’s Watching or Because Everything Is Right but Everything Is Wrong and get Open Your Eyes, Jackson Ryder for half price.
  1. Select either Like Nobody's Watching or Because Everything Is Right but Everything Is Wrong and add to Cart.
  2. Select Open Your Eyes, Jackson Ryder at half price offer and add to Cart.
  3. Go to the Checkout and place order.
The half-price offer is only available when ordered with one of the other two books.

Two easy bundle
Buy any two of Run Thomas RunWaitapu or The Shark Party and get both books half price.
  1. Select your first choice out of Run Thomas RunWaitapu or The Shark Party.
  2. Go to the Checkout and in the Order Notes box add the title of your second (free) choice – which must be one of the other two.


 













Because Everything Is Right but Everything Is Wrong by Erin Donohue
Erin Donohue's best-selling YA novel about teenage mental health. A game-changer.
2nd highest-selling NZ children’s fiction title in New Zealand for the week ending 28 October.




Like Nobody’s Watching by L.J. Ritchie
A powerful YA novel about surveillance and cyber bullying. It could well be happening at a school near you.
Shortlisted for Best Young Adult Fiction and Best First Book, NZ Book Awards for Children and Young Adults, 2017.


Open Your Eyes, Jackson Ryder by Rudy Castañeda López
Girls, death and a passion for art. Fifteen-year-old Jackson Ryder is dealing with all of it – in the melting pot that is California in the 1960s, in an era of assassination, the Civil Rights Movement and The Beatles.


Run Thomas Run by Kate Carty
Iraq,1991. There are no such things as coincidences. Informants are everywhere and once you’ve had a run-in with Saddam’s regime, your only chance of survival is escape. A timeless novel about fear, dictatorship, refugees and a supposed 'new life'.



The Shark Party by Janet Colson
Ambition. Attraction. Seduction. Janet Colson’s psychological drama set in the unscrupulous and illusory world of art is an evocative tale of possession and freedom. For lovers of a good story and lovers of art.
 



Waitapu by Helen Margaret Waaka
18 interconnected short stories about the fictional town of Waitapu that break open the image of rural tranquility, and show the heartbreak and kindness of everyday lives.
Finalist, Nga Kupu Ora Awards 2016.
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Escalator News
Changes at Escalator Press
Escalator Press has been publishing distinctive New Zealand fiction for four years, and it is time to take a step back, look at how far we’ve come and look to where we are going in the future. Thanks to Michael Moynahan, who spent an extremely productive Saturday with us, we have a smart way forward. We’re looking forward to sharing some exciting changes in the new year, so watch this space!
Farewell to Paul Greenberg
Since Escalator Press began, Greene Phoenix Marketing has been our trusted distributor and sales representative into bookstores across New Zealand. Come the end of the year, owner and operator Paul Greenberg, with his partner Joan Roulston, will be beginning a well-earned retirement. From the start, we have valued the advice and encouragement Paul has given us – all in his absolutely distinctive and energetic way. Meanwhile, working behind the scenes, Joan has provided dependable administrative backup. We are very grateful for all their work, and wish them well in their retirement.
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Erin Donohue image credit Helena Loy
Paul Greenberg image credit to Christine Ling
Escalator Press was inspired by, and is an imprint of, the Whitireia Creative Writing Programme. It publishes work by new and established writers associated with Whitireia. 
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