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Marschel Paul

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I grew up in Pennsylvania and Connecticut and spent my young adulthood in Boston and New York. I consider myself a Yankee even though I live in the beautiful U.S. Pacific Northwest.

My work-life has been entwined with non-profit organizations advocating for artists and creativity, and for equal rights. This has been truly satisfying and an honor. I like working with people to create change!

When I was in the sixth grade, a casual, but life-long, interest in writing began when my teacher made me editor of the school newspaper and put me on stage at a school assembly to read one of my short stories out loud. It was a beatnik version of the classic Goldilocks and the Three Bears using hipster dialog. I have no idea where the inspiration came fro
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Marschel Paul Colleen - I am just seeing your question 5 months later! You probably don't even remember asking about The Spirit Room and your library. Public…moreColleen - I am just seeing your question 5 months later! You probably don't even remember asking about The Spirit Room and your library. Public libraries usually, though not always, have strict and clear policies about purchasing Indie published novels, which The Spirit Room is. The libraries simply don't have the budget to buy all the Indies and so they won't buy unless they get a barrage of formal requests from the community, which would be rare. This, sadly, is the reality for library users. I would love my novel to be in libraries!(less)
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The Spirit Room is now one of four finalists up for the Historical Novel Society’s HNS INDIE AWARD 2015. The winner will be announced in late June.


I was excited before when The Spirit Room made the shortlist with 8 other wonderful novels but now my book is being read with just 3 others for consideration for this award.This is truly truly truly a great honor. Thank you to the Historical Novel...

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