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Paullina Simons is the author of 13 novels, a memoir, a cookbook, and 2 children’s books. Born and raised in the Soviet Union, she immigrated to the United States in the mid 70’s. ‘The Tiger Catcher’ is the first novel in the End of Forever saga, which will all be published this year.
Nadia Marks grew up in Cyprus, where her new novel ‘Between the Orange Groves’ is set. A former creative director and associate editor on a number of leading women’s magazines, she is now a novelist.
Karen Havelin is a writer and translator from Norway. She suffers from chronic illness, and her book ‘Please Read This Leaflet Carefully’ follows the life and trials of Laura, as she strives to live a normal life in an unpredictable and fragile body. The story is told in reverse from 2016 to 1995.
Harriet Cummings’ debut novel ‘We All Begin as Strangers’, was shortlisted for the Books are my Bag Reader Award in 2017. Her latest novel ‘The Last of Us’ is about 82 year old Nettie whose memory is failing.