Monday, February 11, 2019

Where I Make Up Author Biographies


The Girls at 17 Swann Street by Yara Zgheib. The daughter of diplomats, Yara spent her formative and teen years in Montreal, Canada. Since then she has developed a deep abiding love for smoked meats and and Poutine. She now lives in North Carolina where she runs a driving school, but she visits her Montreal friends whenever possible.

The Matchmaker's List by Sonya Lalli. Ms Lalli is a graduate of both St. Olaf College and the Colorado School of Mines. Ms Lalli spent several years as a mining consultant in South America. Currently residing in Fargo, North Dakota with her spouse and two children Ms. Lalli is a city engineer.

Good Riddance by Elinor Lipman. Ms Lipman has described her family as "itinerant hippie intellectuals". Her family traveled the United States before settling in Ohio where they began a police dog training academy. Ms. Lipman was inspired to become a veterinarian and reads at least 2 books a week.

The Last Romantics by Tara Conklin. Ms Conklin has been a voracious reader since first grade. She and her sisters would often write their own stories and produce their own backyard plays. After degrees in English and Master of Fine Arts Ms. Conklin now lives in Northwest Arkansas and bikes everywhere she can.

Early Riser by Jasper Fforde. Mr. Fforde lives ffor ffun and ffrivolity. Ffamous ffor his novels riffffing on children's ffables he ffinds relaxation in Ffinnish vacations and meals of Ffrench ffries, and ffloured Fflounder.

The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides. Mr. Michaelides is a graduate of the Medical College of Wisconsin and a practicing anesthesiologist in Los Angeles.

Remembrance by Mary Monroe. This is the 14th novel by Ms. Monroe. The ongoing Flint Hills series began from the tales her mother and aunts used to tell of growing up in Wamego, KS.

The Girl in the Glass Box by James Grippando. Bestselling author Mr. Grippando is most known for his novels but has also been practiced mime since his late 20s. Mr. Grippando studied under both Jacques Snicket and Ellington Feint in France before his writing career took off and he moved back to Pennsylvania. This is his first novel to combine his skill at both thriller writing and mime.

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