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Erica George is a writer of young adult fiction. She is a graduate of The College of New Jersey with a BA in English and a BS in education. She resides predominantly in New Jersey, though spends a considerable amount of time writing on Cape Cod, as well. When she's not writing, she can be found exploring with her German Shepherd, teaching, reading, and volunteering. Many themes of Erica's writing rotate around environmental activism and finding your voice. Erica is an active member of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, and is represented by Liza Fleissig of the Liza Royce Agency.for her YA fantasy novel A TRACE OF ASH. http://www.ericageorgewrites.com/ Radio host and author Laura Moe spent most of her working life as a librarian and English teacher in central and Southeastern Ohio, but has recently moved to Seattle where she writes full-time. Moe is the author of YA novels PARALLEL LINES (Fat Cats, 2015) and BREAKFAST WITH NERUDA (Merit Press, 2016, ) named by the New York Public Library as one the Best Books for Teens in 2016 and a Top Pick for VOYA. She is owned by a spoiled white cat and is working on a sequel to BREAKFAST WITH NERUDA. https://www.lauramoebooks.com/ This is a copyrighted podcast solely owned by the Authors on The Air Global Radio Network LLC
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