About the Author
Kelly McWilliams is a mixed-race writer who has always gravitated towards stories about crossing boundaries and forging new identities. For this and so many other reasons, young adult literature will always be close to her heart. Her novel, Agnes at the End of the World, benefitted from a We Need Diverse Books Mentorship.
She has loved crafting stories all her life, and her very first novel, Doormat, was published when she was just fifteen-years-old. Kelly has also worked as a staff writer for Romper, covering issues important to women and families. She lives in Colorado with her partner and young daughter. Visit her website at KellyMcWilliamsAuthor.com.
From NOVL Nation
“If you enjoy a character-driven story that will keep you guessing with surprises, unexpected twists and turns, and a slow-burn romance, then Agnes at the End of the World is a book for you.”
– Patti, Lovely Loveday
“Kelly McWilliams brings fresh take on feminism while keeping to its core values. It’s a great read about learning to think for yourself, and to use your own experiences and research to make your own path when society tells you ‘NO’.”
– Erin, after.thefinal.page
“I loved this book from start to satisfying finish.”
– Celia, @celiamcmahonreads
“Agnes at the End of the World by Kelly McWilliams is a book that I will forever recommend to anyone because the story and the characters are just that good!… This book is a gem and a great addition to YA literature! I’m looking, forward to reading more works by Kelly McWilliams in the future!”
– Kimberley, whimsicalnarratives
“Agnes is one of those stories that brings together multiple plots in a seamless way that makes you wonder how any one author can be so magical.”
– Christy, diamondxgirl