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Ode Ray

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I'm a debut author. I was born just outside of Marseille, France. Since 2007, I've been based in leafy Oxfordshire, UK with my family.

After spending most of my working life as a Marketer, educating consumers about the wonders of anything from laundry detergents to honey, I finally decided to put pen to paper to write “stories” of a different kind. Between school pick-ups and whilst also looking after my adorable toddler (who has yet to find a bookshelf he wouldn’t climb), I eventually finished my first book, Of Magpies and Men.

If you'd like to connect with me, I would love to hear from you. Just drop me a line on:
https://linktr.ee/OdeRay

Or leave a book review on Goodreads or Amazon (I read all of them)
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Average rating: 4.4 · 121 ratings · 98 reviews · 1 distinct work
Of Magpies and Men

4.40 avg rating — 121 ratings — published 2021 — 2 editions
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Ode Ray is a writer of stories that cross over genres and draw impassioned emotions.





After spending most of her working life as a Marketer, educating consumers about the wonders of products such as toilet fresheners, laundry conditioners and whiteboards, Ode finally decided to put pen to paper to write “stories” of a different kind. Between school pick-ups and whilst also looking after

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