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T.K. Marnell

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T. K. Marnell is a writer and academic librarian in the Pacific Northwest. After acquiring a master's degree, a cat, and a husband at Indiana University, she moved to Oregon to launch her "day" career managing systems for community college libraries. The beauty and unique community of the Central Oregon area inspired her to write LIZZIE BENNET'S DIARY.

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Average rating: 3.55 · 44 ratings · 15 reviews · 2 distinct worksSimilar authors
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Why Authors Should Write Characters from Different Cultures

It's frustrating to see Twitter meekly accept that shelf space for non-white or LGBTQ+ books is limited and fight over who deserves to fill it.
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