Nadia L. King

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N.L.King was born in Dublin, Ireland and now calls Australia home. She is passionate about using stories to connect with teens. Jenna’s Truth is her first book and is published by boutique publisher, Serenity Press. Nadia also enjoys writing short stories and lives in Western Australia with her family.

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Nadia L. King I'm currently working on my second book. This one is aimed at middle grade children, and like 'Jenna's Truth' is primarily concerned with bullying.
Nadia L. King Write and read. Everyday. If you do this, writing becomes a disciplined habit and you'll feel something is missing on the days you don't write.…moreWrite and read. Everyday. If you do this, writing becomes a disciplined habit and you'll feel something is missing on the days you don't write. Reading is essential for writing. You can learn so much from other people's work. Above all, believe in yourself and write as if there is no tomorrow.(less)
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Jenna's Truth

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The Dry (Aaron Falk, #1)The Dry by Jane Harper

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After hearing an interview with Jane Harper where she talked about a publishing bidding war over the acquisition of her debut novel, The Dry, I put the book firmly on my tbr stack. Then lo and behold, relatives visiting from the UK raved about it and The Dry jumped up a notch or two.

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A lovely book set in a small Aussie country town. Great characters, and an interesting and entertaining story. This would be a great book for relaxing with over the holidays.
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Border Line is one of Dianne Wolfer's early novels and it was published in 1998 by Fremantle Press. Border Line tells the story of Cassie Falconer, a teenager from Perth whose world is shaken by her father's redundancy. All is not lost, however, beca ...more
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“Tracing the pattern of the blanket with my fingertips, I decide to give myself another chance. I think I'm going to be kinder to myself; more accepting. I need to learn to live my life my way.”
Nadia L. King, Jenna's Truth

“You have so much potential. You don't know it yet but there are important things you have to do with your life. You are here for a reason and you will touch people with your life and what you choose to do...Your life matters.”
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“Tracing the pattern of the blanket with my fingertips, I decide to give myself another chance. I think I'm going to be kinder to myself; more accepting. I need to learn to live my life my way.”
Nadia L. King, Jenna's Truth

“You have so much potential. You don't know it yet but there are important things you have to do with your life. You are here for a reason and you will touch people with your life and what you choose to do...Your life matters.”
Nadia L. King, Jenna's Truth

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