Heather B. Moore

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Heather B. Moore is a USA Today bestselling author of more than fifty publications. Her historical novels and thrillers are written under pen name H.B. Moore. She writes women's fiction, romance and inspirational non-fiction under Heather B. Moore. This can all be confusing, so her kids just call her Mom. Heather attended Cairo American College in Egypt, the Anglican School of Jerusalem in Israel, and earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Brigham Young University in Utah. Heather is represented by Dystel, Goderich, and Bourret.

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Literary awards: 6-time Best
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Booklist Review: The Slow March of Light

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Coming soon to other retailers. Official release date: September 7, 2021.
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message 9: by Donna

Donna Thanks, Heather, for friending me on Good Reads. Your books look amazing. I have entered the giveaway for your book and have my fingers crossed.
Donna


Heather Thanks for the note, Lisa. I'm an author too, but mostly a fan girl of other authors :-) You wrote an amazing book, and I'm looking forward to grabbing the sequel.


message 7: by Lisa

Lisa See I'm so glad you liked Shanghai Girls. Thank you for the five stars! Woo-hoo! I'm happy we're now friends on Goodreads.


Heather It was my first time at WIFYR. A looong conference! Thanks Christy.


Christy Congratulations on your Best in State Award. That's great!! It was nice to see you in Kristyn's class today. You are a busy lady. You seem to get around everywhere. Thanks again for your help at LDS Storymakers. Christy Monson


Heather Since I live in Utah, my library carries most of them. I put in "purchase requests" a lot. I also trade with friends. I'll buy if it's a favorite author. I've done interlibrary loan as well (it's $2.00). I've also bought used copies at www.half.com


message 3: by Jenny

Jenny Heather,
How can you afford so many LDS books - or where do you get them? Living in California, I would love to read more of the LDS genre, but can't find them (is there any online Library)? I basically stick to the local library for my books (and books on tape). I just sign up for the books I would like, and sooner or later the library calls with the book available.


Heather That's pretty cool :)


Candace Salima Hi Heather,

Here's our comparison:

You and Heather have 23 books (or 10.04% of your library and 45.10% of their library) in common. Your tastes for those 23 ratings are 82% similar.

Wahoo!

Candace


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