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Helen Stringer
A storyteller since her Liverpool, England childhood, Helen Stringer's first job was researching the family history of the Earls of Sefton at their estate, Croxteth Hall, for use in exhibitions and on tours of the vast, empty old mansion when it was opened to the public - a mansion that sounds... show more



A storyteller since her Liverpool, England childhood, Helen Stringer's first job was researching the family history of the Earls of Sefton at their estate, Croxteth Hall, for use in exhibitions and on tours of the vast, empty old mansion when it was opened to the public - a mansion that sounds like some of the buildings in her books.Attending film school after coming to America, Helen worked in the entertainment industry first as a development executive at a television production company and then at an entertainment law firm, concentrating on her writing as most authors do, second shift, and learning how the industry works. It was while at the law firm that Helen began working on SPELLBINDER, getting up an hour earlier every morning to write.Helen now lives in a barn at the back of her parents' house with a bunch of cats and a ton of books. She reads a lot of history, collects vintage cookbooks, and loves to cook - though she has yet to try the recipe for invalids in a cookbook from 1736 which involves putting 200 dead sparrows into an earthenware jar, burying them in horse dung for a month, and then making them into a broth - though she believes the smell alone would be enough to get you out of bed.

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My Own Little Corner
My Own Little Corner rated it 5 years ago
I received this book through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This book takes place in a distopian future. Most of society had broken down and what was left was run by corrupt corporations and an artificial life form known and MUTHA. The main character's name was Sam. He was traveling a...
Housewife Blues and Chihuahua Stories
Book InfoPaperback, 396 pagesPublished July 13th 2013 by Mediadrome Pressoriginal title ParadigmISBN 1482346540 (ISBN13: 9781482346541)edition language Englishother editions None foundSource:Netgalley EARCBook Buy LinksAMAZONB&NBOOK SYNOPSIS"If I ask you to do something, will you do it?" "Maybe." "M...
The Reading Perusals of Rose Summers
It's really ridiculous how difficult it was to get through "Paradigm", but nonetheless, I survived the journey. Oddly, I don't feel like I came out of this read feeling anything for the characters, scenarios, or really anything in it. It was a disjointed dystopian tale that had very little directi...
Khanh the Killjoy
Khanh the Killjoy rated it 5 years ago
Actual rating: 1.5Recommended: for people with Botox injections, specifically on their forehead and around their naso-labial lines. I wish I could have sent the publisher a bill for such treatments before I started reading this book, because now I fear I have prematurely permanent creases on my face...
beccabee
beccabee rated it 7 years ago
Oh, yes. It's another random book I picked up to listen to at work. The criteria for a work audiobook? Be on the returns shelf when I come in.
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