Picture: ‘Allegiant’ covers being Printed!

I know if FEELS like October 22nd can’t come quick enough, but I think it will be here before we know it! The Katherine Tegen Facebook shared a picture of Allegiant covers being printed today with this caption:

“ALLEGIANT jackets on press! Folding and checking to see if the colors are bright enough for millions of copies!”


Allegiant in two POV, Veronica Roth explains

One of the big announcements from SDCC this weekend was Veronica Roth stating Allegiant will be written 2 POV.  Of course we are all excited to get MORE FOUR and now we can find out how she came to that decision.  Here is what she posted this week on her Tumblr page.

In case you haven’t heard already, I confirmed on Thursday that Allegiant will be written from two POVs (points of view), Tris and Four’s. This is obviously a departure from how I chose to write the first two books, which has a lot of people excited (yay!) and some concerned, so I thought I would say a little more about it here.

So: why two POVs? Well, I tried repeatedly to write Allegiant in just Tris’s voice, but it didn’t work; her perspective, her way of seeing things, was a little too limited for the story I needed to tell. I wanted to do two things with it: A. let two characters experience different things, and B. let them react differently to the same things, so that I (and eventually, the reader) would get a better sense of the whole story, the whole picture.

I’ve said before that I’ve always seen Four (increasingly, as the series goes on) as a plot-mover alongside Tris, so he was the obvious choice for the second POV (though not the only one I tried). Exploring him and his choices and his assumptions about the world was incredibly interesting to me.

It was a big challenge, it took me a really long time, and I did my very best with it. I feel confident about the way it turned out, and I hope you enjoy it! On October 22nd! AHH!”

Veronica Roth reveals Allegiant will be narrated in TWO POVs!

At the Divergent panel, Veronica Roth revealed this exciting bit of info! The final book of the trilogy, Allegiant, will be narrated in TWO point of views!

Chapters in the book will alternate between Tris and Tobias. You know what that means right? MORE FOUR!

What do you guys think?

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‘Allegiant’ being sent to printer!


This is exciting news guys! Katherine Tegen Books Tumblr (division of Harpers Collins) posted this picture today with the caption:

The final pass of the galleys for ALLEGIANT. The files will go to the printer today, so you’ll have the book on 10/22/13.

How many day’s left!?

‘Allegiant’ Tour with Veronica Roth announced!

Via Veronica’s Tumblr this morning, she announced the stops this fall on her upcoming tour promoting the release of Allegiant on 10/22!! We will be at the San Francisco one! Anyone else planning to go?


First of all, I woke up to wonderful news from my editor this morning that Allegiant is going to the printer today! That means that it is OFFICIALLY DONE, and is right on track to hit shelves on October 22nd of this year. I have only one thing to say about this:


Second, I am pleased to announce the official tour stops and dates for the release of Allegiant! They are:


Tuesday, October 22nd @ 8:15PM

92nd St. Y

1395 Lexington Ave.

New York, NY 10128


Wednesday, October 23rd @ 7:00PM

Barnes & Noble – Store 2884

7700 West Northwest Hwy. Ste. 300

Dallas, TX 75225


Thursday, October 24th @ 7:00PM

The Castro Theatre, hosted by Books Inc.

429 Castro St.

San Francisco, CA 94114


Saturday, October 26th @ 2:00PM

Tivoli Theater, hosted by Anderson’s Bookshop

5021 Highland Ave.

Downers Grove, IL 60515


I will also be the keynote speaker at YALLfest in Charleston, South Carolina, along with the fabulous Rae Carson, on Saturday, November 9th!

A few notes:

*All of the events listed (with the exception of YALLfest) are ticketed, which means you have to get a ticket in advance, so you should check each location’s website for more information about when tickets go on sale and what they include.

 *You can read my post about event guidelines this year here. Other things to expect: strange faces (I make them), lame jokes (I make those, too), and GOOD TIMES.

It’s going to be a good autumn, guys. I can’t wait.