Shelli Johnson has been drawn to stories for as long as she can remember. Her first experience as an author was in the first grade, and she's been reading and writing ever since. She went on to become a journalist at a major metropolitan newspaper, where she won several awards for her reporting, then later worked as a professional editor for many years. Her debut novel, SMALL AS A MUSTARD SEED, won two awards & is available now as an eBook. When she's not writing, Shelli enjoys photography, crock-pot cooking, and long-distance running. Visit www.shellijohnson.com for more information.
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"SMALL AS A MUSTARD SEED is a book that will hold its own alongside great literature. It is a story I will savor for a long time to come . . . one of the most compelling and well-crafted books I’ve read in a very long time."
Blog name: Book Sniffers Anonymous Blog URL: http://booksniffersanonymous.com/Your name: KristinYou mainly review YA books – is there a particular subgenre that you prefer?It all kind of depends on my mood. I usually sway more towards fantasy and paranormal books, but I’ve been on a contemporary kick lately. How long have you been blogging about books […]
Guest Post: The In’s and Out’s of NetGalley I’m happy to welcome Lili, Children’s Publicity Intern at Bloomsbury USA and a blogger, as our guest writer today. Lili has been documenting her internship experiences in publishing in her Intern Diaries series and recently reflected on the NetGalley approval process from a publisher’s point of view. […]
Every month, we get together to come up with a top-ten list of the UK titles we’re most looking forward to – and this month we’re focusing on books published in April 2015. It’s an eclectic mix this month, with two SF titles – Poseidon’s Wake and The Rebirths of Tao – which I would highly […]