2014 Literary Orange
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Memoir: Hope and Challenge
Audiobooks: Tell Me a Story

Fiction: Adrenaline Rush

Fiction: Battlefields

Fiction: Intimacy of Place

Fiction: What Remains

Humor: Seriously, I'm Kidding
 
Memoir: Hope and Challenge

Mystery: Just the Facts

Mystery: Malice and Mayhem

Nonfiction: The Girl's Got Game!

Poetry: Monster Verse

Random House: What Do I Read Next?

Romance: The Art of Passion

U.S. Navy in Fiction: Ships, Subs, & SEALS

Young Adult: Trending Teen Literature
Sharael Kolberg
Sharael Kolberg
 
Sharael Kolberg began her writing career in 1995 with a bachelor of arts degree in journalism. As a nationally published journalist, Sharael’s work has appeared in numerous magazines, newspapers, and websites, including Outside and Sunset magazines.
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Allene Symons
Allene Symons
 
Allene Symons credits branching paths in journalism with preparing her for the genre-bending project that became Aldous Huxley’s Hands (2015). Her book combines a father-daughter memoir with a biography of Huxley, the celebrated author who was a friend of her father’s when she was a child.
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Barbara Williams
Barbara Williams
 
Barbara Williams is a Canadian actress who has starred in many films, including Thief of Hearts and City of Hope. She won the Canadian Emmy for best actress in the telepic Mother Trucker. Her most recent film roles were in White House Down and Angel’s Crest. She played a politician in ABC’s Flash Forward and can be seen in Rookie Blue. After theatre school, Barbara joined a group called Tamahnous, the resident company at the Vancouver East Cultural Center for five years.
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Sharon Nicola
Sharon Nicola