New Book News!

I can now confirm a new book coming out some time around Fall of next year! Here's the description from Publisher's Marketplace:

Adam Selzer's TANGLED UP IN BLUE, a John Hughes-esque romantic comedy about a teen whose unrequited girl-crush leads her to embark on a "holy quest" with a pair of misfits who have invented their own religion.

This is the project that's variously been known as "the top secret YA project" and "Debbie Does Detention" over the years. It'll be published by Flux, Llewellyn's YA branch. It's a bit edgier than most of my other YA has been, and contains many more references to Full House.

Here's me with Dave "Joey Gladstone" Coulier in 2002:

10 comments:

TimKeeton said...

Adam,

Is it just me, or do you vaguely resemble Robert Pattinson in that photo? Something you are not telling us?

Adam Selzer said...

Wow, now I've been compared to David Tennant AND Robert Pattinson in the same week! I wish I could send a message through time (explaining who those guys are to start with) back to my middle-school self. Or the version of me who tried to grow his hair long and ended up with a combination afro/mullet.

margocole said...

I see a young Matthew Broderick, too, no? (Uncomfortable with this theme yet, Adam?)

Adam Selzer said...

Margo - my brother and I have both gotten that one on occasion. And yet when everyone was doing "celebrity lookalike" on facebook, the website that determined mine came up with Eddie Murphy.

timkeeton said...

Oh well, I used to get "Clark Kent" (my glasses and hair at the time) or "Charlie Sheen in the Three Musketeers" (my hair and goatee at the time). Now that I am older and no longer a "bone rack", I get "John Goodman from The Big Lebowski" (my glasses and flat top at the time) or "Oliver Platt" (bowties and hair) or most recently "Ricky Gervaise". Thank goodness this generation doesn't remember Jackie Gleason...sheesh.

margocole said...

Did the site spit out a PPT-slide graphic at the end? I tried that one, too. Weird stuff.

Speaking of Full House, I saw John Stamos tour with the Beach Boys about a decade before your pic with Coulier. I went more for the Temptations and the Four Tops (same show), but it's funny to look back on it now.

Anyway, I can't wait to read Tangled Up in Blue!

Adam Selzer said...

Stamos came into Bubba Gump Shrimp once while I was working there - he was approximately the nicest customer of all time.

margocole said...

Ha! That's cool.
He's not a bad drummer, either!

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Adam's New Book: Sept 2013