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Samantha Armstrong

Sitting at the bottom of the world in which she biasedly regards is the most beautiful country on the planet, Samantha spends her days immersed in the fiction world and only spares a few hours for all the real stuff. 59 more words

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Soraya M. Lane

Soraya M. Lane graduated with a law degree before realising that law wasn’t the career for her and that her future was in writing. She is the author of historical and contemporary women’s fiction, and her most recent historical novel, Voyage of the Heart, was an Amazon bestseller. 50 more words

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Ariadne Wayne

Ariadne Wayne loves books and lives in Auckland, New Zealand with her husband and two children. Having always had a prolific imagination she now writes the words down instead of storing them in her head where she can’t share them. 32 more words

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Melinda Szymanik

Melinda Szymanik writes picture books, short stories and novels for children and young adults. Writing children’s fiction for the last twelve or so years, she won the Children’s Choice Award at the 2009 NZ Post Children’s Book Awards with her picture book The Were-Nana (Scholastic 2008). 151 more words

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Tui Allen

Tui Allen was born in 1952 in Te Awamutu, an inland town in the Waikato region of New Zealand. At age six catastrophe transformed her family. 124 more words

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Ripple by Tui Allen

Twenty million years ago, powers of the universe allow an ancient spirit one final chance to achieve a mysterious intellectual purpose, by incarnating it as a dolphin on the planet Azure (Earth.) The spirit is born as Ripple, a vulnerable female with a seeming tendency to insanity. 63 more words

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Kate O'Keeffe

Kate is a bestselling author of fun, feel-good romantic comedies. She’s lucky enough to live and love in beautiful Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand with her family, two scruffy dogs, and a cat who thinks he’s a scruffy dog too. 13 more words

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