Elizabeth J. Braswell

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Elizabeth J. Braswell (known as Liz Braswell) is a British-born American author of young adult books. She is best known for the series The Nine Lives of Chloe King from which the cancelled[1] 2011 TV show by the same name is based.

Early life and education[edit]

Elizabeth J. Braswell was born in Birmingham, England and she grew up in a small New England town. [2]

Braswell graduated from Brown University with a degree in Egyptology.

Career[edit]

Braswell produced video games for almost a decade before she changed professions and began writing novels. [2] She wrote the Nine Lives of Chloe King series of novels that the ABC Family TV series was based on.[2] Her pen names are Tracy Lynn and Celia Thomson.[2]

Awards[edit]

Her book The Stolen won ALA Quick Picks for Reluctant Young Adult Readers[3] and her book The Fallen won ALA Quick Picks for Reluctant Young Adult Readers and NYPL Books for the Teen Age.[4]

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