BiographySuzanne Collins was born in 1962 in Connecticut.She graduated from IndianaUniversity with degrees in Dramaand Telecommunivations.
Early CareerSuzanne Collins began her career in 1991 as a writer forchildren’s telelvision shows. She worked for Nickelodian on“Clarissa Explains It All,” “The Mystery Files With ShelbyWoo,” “Little Bear,” and “Oswald.”Collins began her writing career in 2003 when she startedon “The Underland Chronicles,” which had a total of fivebooks.
Recent CareerIn 2008, Collins wrote “The Hunger Games,” which quicklybecame a best selling novel and was on the New YorkTimes Bestseller list for 60 weeks.
Recent CareerThe sequel to “The Hunger Games,” “Catching Fire,” was re-leased in 2009, and the third and final book, “Mockingjay,”was released in 2010.
Film AdaptationSuzanne Collins wrote the film adaptation for the HungerGames film.
AwardsIn 2010, Suzanne Collins was named one of Time Maga-zines most influential people.“The Hunger Games” has been a #1 New York Times Best-seller, a Wall Street Journal Best Seller, and a PublishersWeekly Bestseller.
Social MediaSuzanne Collins and her books are prevalent in the socialmedia world. Collins has a Facebook, and her books allhave fan pages on Facebook.
Social MediaThe Hunger Games Trilogy has been a popular subject onTwitter, and also has its own Twitter page.
Social MediaOne of the reasons that The Hunger Games becamse sopopular was due to its integration in social media. Thebooks were often talked about on Facebook and Twitter,which icreased interest.