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Ashley King, Author of City of Refuge, Interviewed by Lloyd Hildebrand

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Ashley King began writing stories at age six, chapter books at eight, and novels at fourteen. She recently graduated summa cum laude from Mount Vernon Nazarene University earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Print Communications. She served as Art Director for the Lakeholm Viewer, the university’s newspaper, and had four short stories published in Penmarks of the Literati, the university’s literary journal. She has worked as a nanny, a laborer for a construction company, a waitress, a daycare teacher, a camp counselor, a secretary, a librarian’s assistant, art director, photographer, and a nurse’s aide. Today she lives on a miniature farm in Georgetown, Ohio, where she is completing research for her next novel, and living happily ever after.

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