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Van Hoang's first name is pronounced like the van in minivan. Her last name is pronounced “hah-wawng.” She earned her bachelor’s in English at the University of New Mexico and her master’s in library information science at San Jose State University. She was born in Vietnam, grew in up Orange County, California, and now resides in Los Angeles with her husband, kid, and two dogs. ...more

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Van Hoang Aw thank you for asking! But I don't know yet. It depends on my publisher and whether enough of the first 2 books sell for them to publish a third one…moreAw thank you for asking! But I don't know yet. It depends on my publisher and whether enough of the first 2 books sell for them to publish a third one :) right now it only exists in my head (less)
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