Interesting facts about emily rodda
Emily Rodda (Author of The Forests of Silence)
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Her crime fiction for adults is published under her own name, while her children's fiction is published under the pseudonyms Emily Rodda and Mary-Anne Dickinson. Her first job was assistant editor at Paul Hamlyn publishing. She later worked at Angus and Robertson Publishers, where she remained for fourteen years as editor, senior editor, managing director, deputy publisher and finally publisher. During this time she began writing children's books under the pseudonym Emily Rodda her grandmother's name. She has now won that award a record six times. In Rowe became a full-time writer. She now divides her working day between consultancies for book publishers and her own writing.
And important influence on her writing was the world of the media. It wasn't hard to think of ideas for the Deltora Quest series—in fact the hardest thing was.
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Emily Rodda Facts 1: date of birth
Jennifer June Rowe born 2 April is an award-winning Australian author. Her crime fiction for adults is published under her own name, while her children's fiction is published under the pseudonym Emily Rodda. It marked the beginning of a career that has seen her become one of the most successful, prolific and versatile writers in Australia. She has written or co-authored well over fifty books for children, and as Jennifer Rowe her real name she writes popular mystery novels for adults. She has been a full-time writer since