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Permission is granted to freely use the following photograph for promotional or press purposes so long as it is credited © 2015 Karen Sahm.

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Ross Felten, illustrator and Lisa Maggiore, author of: Ava the Monster Slayer: A Warrior Who Wears Glasses.

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Bios

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Lisa Maggiore is the author of Ava the Monster Slayer: A Warrior Who Wears Glasses, Pinterest Saved My Marriage and Home from Within.

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Lisa Maggiore is the author of a children’s picture book, Ava the Monster Slayer: A Warrior Who Wears Glasses, a short story, Pinterest Saved My Marriage, and a novel, Home from Within . Lisa is currently working on other writing projects and practicing her storytelling skills during Live Lit performances. Lisa resides in Chicago with her family.

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Lisa Maggiore is the author of a children’s picture book, Ava the Monster Slayer: A Warrior Who Wears Glasses, a short story, Pinterest Saved My Marriage, and a novel, Home from Within.  Lisa is currently working on other writing projects and practicing her storytelling skills during Live Lit performances. Lisa resides in Chicago, where she grew up, with her husband and four children. For the past 20 years, she was a social worker, which has helped in her writing about tragedy and love.

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Lisa Maggiore is the author of a children’s picture book, Ava the Monster Slayer: A Warrior Who Wears Glasses, a short story, Pinterest Saved My Marriage, and a novel, Home from Within. Lisa is currently revising a YA novel about a black Amerasian who survives the fall of Saigon and comes to America to find his father. Lisa resides in Chicago, where she grew up, with her husband and four children. For the past 20 years, she was a social worker, and won many awards including the Al Ward Spirit of Giving, and has been honored by numerous community agencies for her commitment to children and families. Lisa’s social work career helped form many of the stories she writes about today and is the reason most of her endings are bittersweet.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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