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Donna’s Publisher: Tantrum Books, an imprint of Month9Books
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Donna Galanti wanted to be a writer ever since she wrote a murder mystery screenplay at seven and acted it out with the neighborhood kids. She attended an English school housed in a magical castle, where her wild imagination was held back only by her itchy uniform (bowler hat and tie included!). There she fell in love with the worlds of C.S. Lewis and Roald Dahl, and wrote her first fantasy about Dodo birds, wizards, and a flying ship (and has been writing fantasy ever since). She’s lived in other exotic locations, including her family-owned campground in New Hampshire and in Hawaii where she served as a U.S. Navy photographer. She now lives with her family and two crazy cats in an old farmhouse and dreams of returning one day to a castle. Donna is the author of the Joshua and The Lightning Road series and the Element Trilogy, and is represented by Bill Contardi of Brandt & Hochman Literary Agents, Inc. She is a contributing editor to International Thriller Writers the Big Thrill magazine and blogs at Project Middle Grade Mayhem, a cooperative of published middle grade authors. Visit her at www.donnagalanti.com.
Donna Galanti is the author of the Joshua and The Lightning Road series and the Element Trilogy. She is a contributing editor to International Thriller Writers the Big Thrill magazine and blogs at Project Middle Grade Mayhem. Donna lives in Pennsylvania with her family in an old farmhouse. Visit her at www.donnagalanti.com.
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