Genre: Fiction

Angela Ackerman

Angela is an international speaker and bestselling author who loves to travel, teach, empower writers, and pay-it-forward. She also enjoys dreaming up new tools and resources for One Stop For Writers, a library built to help writers elevate their storytelling. Author Of : Emotion Amplifiers Genre : Fiction Angela is an international speaker and bestselling author who loves to travel,

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Nadir Nanji

Nadir Nanji is the author of Native Lands, The Latymer Verses, The Tippawan Verses. Author Of : Native Lands Genre : Fiction Nadir Nanji is the author of Native Lands, The Latymer Verses, The Tippawan Verses.

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Gary Green

He has long lived by the motto “Joy is the default state of the human mind.” He believes that a person can learn to remove barriers to joy so they naturally move to a more joyful state. Who couldn’t use more joy in their life? Author Of : The Mindful Lifestyle Genre : Self-help/Inspirational

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Doug J. Cooper

When he is not writing science fiction novels, Doug fills his day working as a professor of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering at UConn, and as founder and director of Control Station, Inc. His passions include telling inventive tales, mentoring driven individuals, and everything sci-tech. He lives in Connecticut with his darling wife and with pictures of his son, who is

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VALERIE O. PATTERSON

Valerie O. Patterson holds an MFA in Children’s Literature from Hollins University, where she twice received the Shirley Henn Award for Mysteryeative Scholarship. She has also won a Work-in-Progress Award for her writing from the SCBWI. Valerie is an attorney in her day job and lives with her husband in Leesburg, Virginia. Author Of : The Other Side of Blue

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SOPHIA BENNETT

Sophia Bennett (born 1966) is a British children’s writer, author of several novels for young adults. Her debut novel Threads, won the Times/Chicken House competition in 2009[1], and in 2017 ‘Love Song’ won the Goldsboro Books Romantic Novel of the Year.[2] Her books have been published around the world. Author Of : Threads Trilogy Genre : Fiction Sophia Bennett (born

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SAVITA KALHAN

I was born in my grandparent’s home in a small village in the north of India. The family home has been transformed into an amazing charity hospital, which is pretty cool. I moved with my parents from that small village in India to a small town in Buckinghamshire when I was 11 months old. No, I’ve never got used to

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ROSALIE WARREN

I’m now working on another sci-fi novel, which again explores the themes of artificial intelligence and consciousness, but in a rather different way. I’m writing away at the first draft for NaNoWriMo, so please wish me luck, along with all the other authors who’ve set themselves the challenge of writing 50,000 words in the month of November. No easy feat.

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Phil Earle

The author of Being Billy, Saving Daisy and, now, Demolition Dad, tells site member LucyLovesBooks how working with children in care made him ill – but also provided the inspiration for some of his best-loved books Author Of : The Bubble Wrap Boy Genre : Fiction The author of Being Billy, Saving Daisy and, now, Demolition Dad, tells site member

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RUTH EASTHAM

RUTH EASTHAM was born near Preston in Lancashire, England, and since then I’ve lived in York, Hull, Penrith, Palmerston North (New Zealand), Cambridge, Brisbane (Australia), Nottingham and Duino (Italy) – so you decide! Author Of : Arrowhead Genre : Fiction RUTH EASTHAM was born near Preston in Lancashire, England, and since then I’ve lived in York, Hull, Penrith, Palmerston North

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NA’IMA B ROBERT

Na’ima B Robert, born Thando Nomhle McLaren on 19 September 1977, is an author of multicultural literature and founding editor of the UK-based Muslim women’s publication, SISTERS Magazine. Born in Leeds to a Scottish father and Zulu mother, both from South Africa, Robert grew up in Zimbabwe and attended university in England. She converted to Islam in 1998. Currently Robert

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KEREN DAVID

I’ve worked as a journalist since I was 18 and got a job as a messenger girl for a national newspaper. I’ve been a reporter, a political correspondent, a news editor, a comment editor, feature writer and in Amsterdam I was editor in chief for a photographic agency. I worked for The Independent for many years, and have also written

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