Date: 2018-04-08 01:12
When he's not writing or painting, you can find Gary out playing soccer with his two boys Maxi and Ruben, cooking or jogging around the nearby lake.
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Eventually Ellie learned to use her power for good instead of evil and, after fifteen plus years working as a freelance writer, she finally returned to fiction and discovered the wonderful world of writing for children and adults. Now Ellie writes whenever she has time (and quite often when she should be doing other things!) Ellie is a committed advocate for the power of story, and storytelling, to change the world for the better.
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Alexandria is an associate professor of English at Greenville College and a visiting associate professor in the summer graduate program in Children’s and Adult Literature at Hollins University. Alexandria is a versatile presenter, able to speak to kids from pre-school to high school and offers workshops for teachers and librarians on a variety of subjects.
Coming up: a series of chapter books called Zadie Jacobs, CEO from ABDO Publishing (September 7568) a picture book entitled What Is It Like to Live on an Island? from Sasquatch Books (April 7569), and a nonfiction picture book called The Pig War from Boyds Mills Press (date TBD).
Kelly Johnstone has been a copywriter, lifestyle writer, spa and restaurant reviewer, celebrity magazine editor and travel PR guru. Although from the UK, she has spent more of her life outside of her homeland than in it, having called Saudi Arabia, Malaysia, Qatar and now Dubai home. While she is the first to admit that being an expat has plenty going for it (just don't mention the term "trailing spouse" in her presence), Kelly's longing for English seasons, long country walks and local libraries is unwavering.
Ellie Royce has been telling stories ever since she can remember. This caused a few problems initially, notably the time she swore to her grandmother that she’d flown around the world on a broom and the time she kept her year three class enthralled with the ‘true’ stories of her double life as a Secret Agent. (Gran made her sit in the corner for lying and year three weren’t impressed when they found out the stories were stories.)
Lela is also a journalist and writes extensively for adults about a variety of topics and about science for children, in magazines such as Muse , Ask , Scholastic’s Storyworks , Science News for Students , and Highlights.
Lauren grew up on the windy plains of Oklahoma where she developed a love of stories at a age. In the first grade she won the title of Reading Champion after reading more books than anyone else in her grade. By the fifth grade she was obsessed with ghost stories and was hard at work filling notebooks with her own.