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Kiera Cass

Kiera Cass is a 1999 graduate of Socastee High School in Myrtle Beach, SC. She attended Coastal Carolina University before transferring to Radford University. Cass graduated from Radford University with a degree in History.

Kiera Cass's first book, "The Siren", was self-published in 2009. However, Cass didn't acquire her writing fame until The Selection Series began.

She published the first book in The Selection trilogy, The Selection, in 2012 with HarperTeen. Television rights for the trilogy were optioned by the CW Television Network and two pilots were filmed, but neither were picked up for a full series. In April 2015, movie rights for The Selection trilogy, The Selection were won by Warner Bros.

In May 2013, Cass announced that she would be working on an as-yet untitled series she refers to as 238 on social media, to be published by HarperCollins.

On August 14, 2014, Kiera Cass announced that The Selection Series would be expanding into more books. First, The Favorite (from Marlee's point of view), will be published in early 2015. The Heir will follow in 2015. Cass announced another book following The Heir but no name has been announced.

Selection Series Edit

  1. The Selection (2012)
  2. The Elite (2013)
  3. The One (2014)
  4. The Heir (Spring 2015)

Novellas Edit

  • The Prince (2013)
  • The Guard (2014)
  • The Selection Stories,combination of The Prince and The Guard novellas including a bonus sneak peek from The One and two additional chapters of The Prince, not seen before in the original novella.
  • The Queen (December 2, 2014)
  • The Favorite (2015) (Marlee's POV)
  • The Exclusive (2016)
  • The Guardian
  • The Happily Ever After

Other Books Edit

  • The Siren (2009)

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