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Carrie Mesrobian

Biography

Carrie Mesrobian

Carrie Mesrobian grew up in Minnesota, where she teaches creative writing at The Loft Literary Center in Minneapolis. Born in 1974, she is half Armenian and half Norwegian and is a former high school Spanish instructor. She lives with her husband and daughter and dog in a suburb of Minneapolis.

Books by Carrie Mesrobian

by Carrie Mesrobian - Family, Family Life, Fiction, Sex, Social Issues
By her senior year of high school, Rianne has exhausted all the fun there is to have in a small-town. Volleyball season is winding down, the parties feel tired, and now that she’s in a serious relationship with reformed player Luke Pinsky, her wild streak has ended. Not that she ever did anything worse than most guys in her school...but she knows what everyone thinks of her. Including her parents. Divorced but now inexplicably living together again. With an uncomfortable home life and her once-solid group of friends now dissolving, the reasons for sticking around after high school are few. 
by Carrie Mesrobian - Fiction, Gay & Lesbian, Romance, Sexuality, Youth Fiction

Will Caynes never has been good with girls. At seventeen, he’s still waiting for his first kiss. He’s certainly not expecting it to happen in a drunken make-out session with his best friend, Angus. But it does and now Will’s conflicted --- he knows he likes girls, but he didn’t exactly hate kissing a guy. Then Will meets Brandy, a cute and easy-to-talk-to sophomore. He’s totally into her too  --- which proves, for sure, that he’s not gay. So why does he keep hooking up with Angus on the sly?

by Carrie Mesrobian - Youth Fiction

Sean's pretty sure he's seen his future and its "possibilities," and they all look DISPOSABLE. Like the rental his family moved into when his dad left. Like all the unwanted filthy old clothes he stuffs into the rag baler at his thrift-store job. Like everything good he's ever known. The only hopeful possibilities in Sean's life are the Marine Corps, where no one expected he'd go, and Neecie Albertson, whom he never expected to care about.

by Carrie Mesrobian

Sex has always come without consequences for 17-year-old Evan. Until he hooks up with the wrong girl and finds himself in the wrong place at very much the wrong time. After an assault that leaves Evan scarred inside and out, he and his father retreat to the family cabin in rural Minnesota --- which, ironically, turns out to be the one place where Evan can't escape other people. Including himself. It may also offer him his best shot at making sense of his life again.