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YA writer, redhead, bodysurfer, Nina is the author of THE NOTORIOUS PAGAN JONES, CITY OF SPIES and the OTHERKIN series. Born in Honolulu, she now writes for teens from her secret lair in Hollywood.

Learn more at ninaberry.com, or you can find her on twitter @Ninaberry and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/writerninaberry.

Nina is represented by Tamar Rydzinksi at Laura Dail Literary Agency.

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