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Julie Wright

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Julie Wright wrote her first book when she was fifteen. She's written over twenty novels since then. She is represented by Sara Crowe at Harvey Klinger Inc. She is a Whitney Awards winner for best romance with her book Cross My Heart and a Crown Heart recipient for the novel The Fortune Café.

She has one husband, three kids, one dog, and a varying amount of fish, frogs, and salamanders (depending on attrition).

She loves writing, reading, hiking, playing with her kids, and watching her husband make dinner.

She hates mayonnaise.


So everyone wants to know why I went back to school. I am 42 years old. I already have a career that a degree will notreally affect. I am busy beyond belief writing books, speaking at conferences and schools, taking care of my children, my household, and my church and neighbor obligations. With all that, seriously WHY go back to school?


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Me to Mr. Wright:I want to k...

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Cross My Heart
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My Not-So-Fairy-Tale Life
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Eyes Like Mine
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The Fortune Cafe
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Victoria's Promise (The New...
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Loved Like That
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To Catch a Falling Star
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Spell Check
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wonderfully written series. Books with depth and heart as well as humor and action. Kept my entire family riveted.
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I've seen the play and read the script twice (due to coercion from a professor who thinks it's okay to torture students) and found I would never recommend this to anyone. The only redemptive character in the entire play is the woman selling flowers o ...more
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“We all carry around baskets of eggs, and these eggs are precious, they represent information about us, our concerns, our needs, our lives, our downfalls, everything. As we meet people and become more comfortable with them, we toss some of our eggs to these people and they, in turn, place those eggs in their baskets. But, there are times, when out of desperation, or immaturity, or whatever, we throw too many eggs at once, and the recipient can't catch them all, and a few get broken, and we then find out that this other person knows too much about us, or at least more than they wanted to know, and that then destroys the ability to truly be friends.”
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“Love is like going snorkeling... You go along looking at pretty fish and cool plants until a wave rolls you over a coral reef... then the sharks come.”
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Norman Cooper Hello Julie,

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