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Ann Moore (born in Stoney Creek, Ontario) is a Canadian writer of Young Adult romantic comedy. She studied Neuroscience and English Literature at the University of Toronto, and also has a Master's Degree in Adult Education from OISE.

Moore's writing combines strong female characters with a quick sense of humour. Her first novel, Girl Reinvented, is the story of a girl who struggles with body image and shyness, but decides suddenly to adopt an edgy, risk-taking personality.

Ann Moore lives in Toronto with her husband and two young children. She enjoys food, sunshine, water, spin class, and the Toronto FC. She is a lifelong lover of books and literature.
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Ann Moore I find that if I add time to my schedule for writing, I'm forced to sit and figure out what needs to happen next. Sometimes I procrastinate those mome…moreI find that if I add time to my schedule for writing, I'm forced to sit and figure out what needs to happen next. Sometimes I procrastinate those moments with a bit of dread, feeling worried that I'm not sure where the story should go next, but when I'm actually in front of the computer and don't allow myself to click outside of Word, I'm left with no choice but to figure out a plot twist or character development. I treat writing almost like an improv class when I'm stuck. Would Chris Rock stand on stage and having nothing come from his mouth? Nope!(less)
Ann Moore I love the feeling of satisfaction when the plot figures itself out in a beautiful way, and your characters find their paths, sometimes in ways you co…moreI love the feeling of satisfaction when the plot figures itself out in a beautiful way, and your characters find their paths, sometimes in ways you couldn't have predicted.(less)
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September is the New January

Sheep with glasses

Funny, I hate being predictable. I guess everyone does, really. I mean, who actually wakes up and says, “Maybe I’ll just do what everyone else does today? Being a sheep sure looks good.”


Sheep with glasses


So I rarely make New Year’s resolutions out loud, because everyone is doing it, and they’re happy to tell you about it. It somehow feels icky. And then nothing changes, and I just keep on doing what

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