Ned Vizzini

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Ned Vizzini dies at 32: Fans mourn 'It's Kind of a Funny Story' writer

21 December 2013 | 4:10 am Young adult novelist Ned Vizzini has died at the age of 32. The New York-based author of Its Kind of a Funny Story, a semi-autobiographical story about a teens battle with severe depression, committed suicide on Thursday, the citys medical examiners office confirmed to

Popular young adult author Vizzini, 32, dies in NY

20 December 2013 | 11:15 pm NEW YORK (AP) Ned Vizzini, a popular young adult author and television writer who wrote candidly and humorously about his struggles with depression, has committed suicide. He was 32.

Ned Vizzini, Funny Thing and Believe Writer, Dead at 32

20 December 2013 | 11:14 pm Ned Vizzini, whose novel Its Kind of a Funny Story was adapted into a 2010 film starring Zach Galifianakis, has died at 32. His death was ruled a suicide, the New York Medical Examiner confirmed to TheWrap. Vizzini (pictured above in 2002) also wrote for MTVs Teen Wolf and worked on NBCs upcoming Believe. A native New Yorker, he first rose to fame with stories based on his experiences …

Ned Vizzini Commits Suicide, Another Victim of Depression

21 December 2013 | 4:12 am Ned Vizzini, the highly praised author who wrote novels for young adults as well as TV shows and movies, fell victim to depression and committed suicide in New York yesterday. He was 32. Vizzini's father, James, confirmed

Oh No They Didn't! – Author Ned Vizzini Dies: Commits Suicide in …

21 December 2013 | 2:57 am It's Kind of a Funny Story author Ned Vizzini died Dec. 19 in New York after committing suicide, the medical examiner confirmed to the Los Angeles Times. He was 32. Vizzini was a young adult writer whose most popular novel

A Writerly Farewell to Ned Vizzini – Atticus Books

20 December 2013 | 11:54 pm Writer Ned Vizzini took his life yesterday at the age of 32. News of this tragedy fills my Facebook newsfeed. The writer community I engage with reacts in the.


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La Mansion de Los Secretos by Chris Columbus and Ned Vizzini (2013, Paperback)

19 December 2013 | 8:22 am $22.18
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Be More Chill by Ned Vizzini NEW M3.

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.Teen Angst? Naaah…: A Quasi-Autobiography by Ned Vizzini NEW

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5 Responses to Ned Vizzini

  • What Books Do You Recommend Me Reading? I enjoy John Green books such as Looking For Alaska, and the Fault in Our Stars. I also love the Ned Vizzini book It’s Kind of a Funny Story. I love dark themed books revolving around Teens/Young Adults with depression and such. I’ve already read Perks of Being A Wallflower so no need to recommend it, i’ve also read 13 Reasons Why. If you have any suggestions please, let me know. I’m going to the library in about an hour so it’d help. Thanks in advance.

  • I Keep Taking Loads Of Ideas Out Of Others Books! Please Help!? Okay so I recently finished reading The House of Secrets by Ned Vizzini and Christopher Columbus and it’s one of the best books I’ve read in a while. But the thing is, I’m righting this thing a book at the moment, but every time I try to come up with my own ideas, I keep thinking of The House of Secrets and then I end up having loads of stuff that happened in that book, in mine.

    My story is about three children (two girls, one boy) who get sent off two a magical land by this woman who is kind of a witch, and if they don’t get back on time, their parents will die. It’s something like that, I haven’t worked out fully yet what it’s about.
    And in The House of Secrets:

    There is 3 children (two girls, one boy) who get sent to this magical world by a witch…

    See how similar they are?!

    So I was wondering, is there any way at all I could stopped stealing ideas?!

    Thanks xx

    • Curator says:

      Why should you be any different from the rest of us.

      Hunger Games is John Buchan’s The 39 Steps, just set in a dystopian world.

      Twilight has nothing original whatsoever.

      A Midsummer night’s dream by Shakespeare is about the only play he didn’t steal wholesale from others.

      Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, the idea is stolen from Boccaccio an Italian writer, of the Decameron.

      More to the point keep reading and you might know the difference between writing and righting and, ~sent off to~ not sent off two.

      And if you think I am being harsh and pedantic, then don’t send anything off to an agent in the hope of being published, they would just return it unread.

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