Working with PLL is like…

“Doing trapeze—exhilarating. You learn the tricks, you soar through the air… and there’s a net to catch you if you fall. (Plus everyone would fit right in at the circus.)”
– Elizabeth Miles, Author

“Writing boot camp, except my drill sergeants wear high heels and don’t yell at me.”
– Lauren Morrill, Author

“Going on an archaeological dig of your own creative powers. You find all kinds of fascinating things you didn’t know you had, if you can avoid the reanimated mummies, poison dart traps and fiendish curses.”
– M.E. Castle, Author

“Getting a permission slip to leave class and cut out of normal, boring life for several hours each day to do something really special.”
– Kate Ellison, Author

“Starring on Project Runway: you bring the raw talent and the desire, while smart and sexy industry professionals help you hone your craft—and at the end of the day no one is ‘out.’”
– Fiona Paul, Author

“A big sleepover party where all the guests are amazing editors. You get to work in your sweats, gossip about edits, and (pillow) fight your way through plot brainstorming. You might be exhausted when it’s over, but you’re a better writer for it.”
- Jacqueline Green, Author 

“Being part of an Italian family: everyone talks constantly and there’s always a plethora of home-cooked food. Actually, that sounds a lot like my family.”
– Beth Scorzato, Freelance Editor