About Ellie

Ellie Rollins spent her childhood zipping across the Midwest. Since then, she’s chased many of her own adventures in places like Seattle, Paris, and New York, and has had success in the form of at least one death-defying cab ride across Italy. She got her BA from the University of Washington in 2008 and now works at a major publishing company in New York City. She loves peanut butter and jelly and has always wanted to learn to walk a tightrope. ZIP is her first novel.

Look for Zip, on sale 9/27/2012 from Razorbill/Penguin!

4 Responses to “About Ellie”

  1. Jovie Webbeking January 20, 2013 at 6:50 pm #

    I like your book Zip. What kind of oats in the recipe Ana Lee’s Homemade Granola.

    • Danielle Rollins March 25, 2013 at 9:38 pm #

      Hi Jovie –

      I must have missed your comment! So sorry. You should use old fashioned, rolled oats. Thanks for reading, and I hope the granola turns out okay!

  2. Amy Shaw March 25, 2013 at 9:36 pm #

    Thank you for writing “Zip”! I read it in one sitting and absolutely adored it. My mom has been gone for almost two years now, and I miss her special brand of fun and creativity. I instantly connected with Lyssa because from the time I was very little my mom made everything magical a lot like Ana Lee. She and I shared a very special sense of humor and a lot of laughs!

    I hope to see another book from you in the future!

    • Danielle Rollins March 25, 2013 at 9:41 pm #

      This is such a sweet comment, thank you for writing! I’m so glad that you connected to the book, and hearing that Ana Lee reminded you of your mother is very, very flattering. I actually do have another book coming out this October. It’s called SNAP, and you can read more about it here. Thanks again for reaching out!

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