Elizabeth J. Braswell

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Elizabeth J. Braswell (known as Liz Braswell) is an 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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