It has been suggested that The Selection Series be merged into this article. American writer of young adult fiction, best the queen kiera cass pdf for The Selection series. Cass was born and raised in Texas and graduated from Socastee High School in Myrtle Beach. She is of Puerto Rican descent.
She attended Coastal Carolina University before transferring to Radford University. She graduated from Radford with a degree in History. Television rights for the trilogy were optioned by the CW Television Network and two pilots were filmed, but neither were picked up for a full series.
In April 2015, movie rights for The Selection trilogy, The Selection were acquired by Warner Bros. On August 14, 2014, Kiera Cass announced that The Selection series would be expanding into more books. First, The Favorite, was published in 2015. The Heir followed in 2015.
Cass announced another book following The Heir, The Crown, which was released on May 3, 2016. The Selection series, which is what Cass is best known for, is a series of five young adult novels set in the fictional country of Illéa, formerly the United States. The books are about a competition known as The Selection, where citizens of Illéa compete for the current king’s heir in marriage. On January 12, 2012 a one-star review of Cass’ book, The Selection, was posted on the book reviewing site Goodreads, and on the reviewer’s blog.
Later on the same day, Kiera Cass’ literary agent, Elana Roth, posted a series of derogatory tweets on the social networking site Twitter. In a conversation that Cass and Roth believed was private—but was, in fact, public—Roth called the reviewer names and both Roth and Cass discussed how best to bump the negative review down and boost positive reviews by manipulating the ranking system themselves. The controversy sparked an article by Publishers Weekly speaking out against this practice and raised an outcry from multiple reviewers, bloggers, and publications against the cyber-bullying of non-professional reviewers by authors and agents. Young Adult Author Kiera Cass on The Selection”.
Archived from the original on 18 March 2015. Interviews: Kiera Cass and Cornelia Funke”.
Should Authors and Agents Weigh In on Citizen Reviews? The Selection’ Dead At The CW”.