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Angela lives with her husband Haki in Dunedin, New Zealand, where she devotes her non-writing hours to raising three chatty daughters who have inherited a fierce love of words from their mother. Before becoming a parent and freelance creator, she studied English and Film at the University of Otago, taught full-time in schools, owned an art gallery, and reviewed books for trade publishers.

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Angela Armstrong Getting two novels ready for print; one set in a speculative future (the Gen2K universe), the second re-imagines our past -- what if the dark ages…moreGetting two novels ready for print; one set in a speculative future (the Gen2K universe), the second re-imagines our past -- what if the dark ages were interrupted by a feminist ray of light?(less)
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The Quin (Gen2K, #1)

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Missive (Gen2K #2)

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Salvage (Gen2K, #3)

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The Gen2K Omnibus: The Quin...

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“There were four types of borers; those who dug for treasures to sell via the city’s few stores, those who dug to on-sell from home-run operations, those who deconstructed and sold new creations, and the fourth – those who dug for themselves. Geronimo was all of these, but most of all, the last one. Not in the way most people would think.”
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“Boring down through the haul from Iso didn’t just take vision, it took grit.”
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“Rational Self was screaming, “This is crazy! Abort before she lets you down easy!” But Hopeful Tama wanted to go all in; wanted to trust what he was feeling and see the wooing through. Hopeful Tama won.”
Angela Armstrong, Missive

“Boring down through the haul from Iso didn’t just take vision, it took grit.”
Angela Armstrong, Salvage

“There were four types of borers; those who dug for treasures to sell via the city’s few stores, those who dug to on-sell from home-run operations, those who deconstructed and sold new creations, and the fourth – those who dug for themselves. Geronimo was all of these, but most of all, the last one. Not in the way most people would think.”
Angela Armstrong, Salvage

“He was working for the old lady, behind the desk, when the door chimes sounded the same way they would for anybody. The open door allowed in a flashing scream of frothing soy, pedestrian conversation and the El-train’s brake-song. The chimes didn’t know she was different. Neither did Tama. So he didn’t even look up.”
Angela Armstrong, The Quin

“You’ve never been business.”
Angela Armstrong, The Quin

“In a flare of clarity, Tama knew two things irrevocably: one – he had just let the girl he’d been waiting for since forever walk out of his store, and two – he hadn’t done enough to make sure she came back.”
Angela Armstrong, Missive

“Rational Self was screaming, “This is crazy! Abort before she lets you down easy!” But Hopeful Tama wanted to go all in; wanted to trust what he was feeling and see the wooing through. Hopeful Tama won.”
Angela Armstrong, Missive

“Boring down through the haul from Iso didn’t just take vision, it took grit.”
Angela Armstrong, Salvage

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