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Adele Jones
I'm an Australian author who writes young adult and historical novels, poetry and short fiction, and inspirational non-fiction works. My first YA 'techno thriller' novel 'Integrate' was awarded the 2013 CALEB Prize for unpublished manuscript. My writing explores issues of social justice,... show more



I'm an Australian author who writes young adult and historical novels, poetry and short fiction, and inspirational non-fiction works. My first YA 'techno thriller' novel 'Integrate' was awarded the 2013 CALEB Prize for unpublished manuscript. My writing explores issues of social justice, humanity, spirituality, natural beauty and meaning in life’s journey, drawing on inspiration from my family, faith, friends, music and science. (Plus I have a pretty wide-ranging imagination, which helps.) To find out more you can visit my website (www.adelejonesauthor.com). I'd love to see you there!

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My Journey in Writing
My Journey in Writing rated it 2 years ago
It took me a little while to get into Activate, perhaps because what has always intrigued me most about it is the scientific element of Blaine's condition and the story veered away from that for the first little while. It was certainly a thrilling ride, with a few twists along the way. I especially ...
My Journey in Writing
My Journey in Writing rated it 2 years ago
As is usual with the second act in a three act play, Replicate closes with quite a few loose ends. I think this journey was probably the most emotion from Blaine's point of view, as he goes through so much in addition to the problems associated with his condition. There is a new bad guy to hate and ...
My Journey in Writing
My Journey in Writing rated it 3 years ago
Fantastic and different novel about a young man who has received radical new therapy to help him overcome a debilitating disease. However, he's then told his treatment is unauthorised and has a fight on his hands just to stay alive. While some of the plot elements went the usual way of such stories,...
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