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Interview with Aspiring Author Avah LaReaux

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A saga fiction writer, Avah LaReaux has a talent for penning stories that focus on the lives of everyday people while conveying messages of empowerment, optimism, and inspiration. Beginning her writing career as a poet, Avah first realized her love for the craft as a youth. Since that time, Avah has transitioned from poetry to novels and yet maintains the same passion for writing as she had as an elementary school poet. In 2002, Avah began writing her first novel, Bastards, and found the characters of the novel to have "lives" of the own. From this novel, Avah's debut release, What's Done In the Dark, as well as what has become the Lost & Found saga series was born. In April 2008, What's Done In the Dark breathed its first breath and was subsequently re-released with an alternate ending in May 2009. Currently, Avah is preparing for the October release of the third installment to the Lost & Found series, Bastards, as well as the December release of Sugar and Spice: An Anthology for the Grown & Sexy. Publishing under Blue Planet Publishing, the imprint owned by her and her husband, Avah strives to produce works that are relevant as well as entertaining. Avah's work and prose has been featured in various anthologies including In-Between Days and Under A Quick Silver Moon in the United States and abroad in the United Kingdom in the anthology Theatre of the Mind. Information about Avah LaReaux and her works as well as her blog forum can be found at www.avahlareaux.com.