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J. Lee Dodson is the author of horror fiction such as The Evil Klown Survival Guide. This book is J. Lee's first horror book and was released on Halloween 2016. He has made many appearances on American television and is always happy to dress up as his characters to discuss the various methods of destroying evil klowns.
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Claire Kinton is a writer of young fiction. Herself a mother of young children, Claire embraces family life and writes with romantic sensibilities about fantasy, life and death.
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Diana Mazuru is a qualified illustrator of children's books, having received her degree from Plymouth University. Her unique style utilises traditional techniques of pen and ink together with watercolours and the utilisation of paper textures to create beutiful and intricate art in a variety of marvelous styles.
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Duncan Saunders has done many things in his life: As well as being a writer, he has been a teacher, a wrestler, a Church youthworker, a carer, a charity worker and a martial arts instructor. However, his first job was working in a shop and that is what inspired his first book, "Dinosaurs, Aliens and The Shop That Sells Everything."
Duncan lives in the shadow of the Uffington White Horse, sharing his wizardly tower with his long suffering wife, sons and cat. He enjoys war games, card games, dice games and board games; if it's a game, there's a chance...
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Lee Trigger is the author of sword and sorcery adventure fantasy books, with his first book, When the Woods Start to Knock due for release very soon. His style has been compared to J K Rowling, but with a wise insight and spiritual acuteness of authors twice his age.
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Author and publisher, Neil Trigger, lives near Plymouth in the South West of England. His first book, The Weird Case of Mrs Etherington-Strange had nearly 1000 downloads in its first week, spring boarding Ghostly Publishing into mainstream high street retailers. His second novel, The Mobile Monster Zoo led him to make connections with national and international organisations and expand the publishing company. Neil is now working on his third novel - The Wizard's Reflection, as well as continuing to work as a publisher.
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