Veronica Roth, the #1 New York Times Bestselling Author of the Divergent trilogy and a world-renowned literary star, breaks down the biggest mistake young writers make—and clues us in on how patience can be your biggest asset.
Veronica Roth published her debut novel, Divergent, at the age of 22 after she graduated from Northwestern University. She wrote the book on winter break of her senior year, and the novel was an overnight success — soaring to the number 1 spot on The New York Times bestseller list and inspiring two more sequels, Insurgent and Allegiant, both of which also made the list. The book trilogy was adapted for the big screen after Veronica sold the film rights to Summit Entertainment. Veronica shares insights from how she was able to capitalize on her creative prowess to reach literary success.