Elizabeth J. Braswell

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Elizabeth J. Braswell (known as Liz Braswell) is a English-born American writer of young-adult fiction. She is best known for The Nine Lives of Chloe King, a series that was adapted as a 2011 TV show of the same name.[1]

Early life and education[edit]

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

She 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, mostly at Simon & Schuster Interactive, where, among other credits, she served as executive producer for Darkened Skye and Farscape: The Game.[3][2]

Awards[edit]

Her book The Stolen won ALA Quick Picks for Reluctant Young Adult Readers[4] and her book The Fallen won ALA Quick Picks for Reluctant Young Adult Readers and NYPL Books for the Teen Age.[5]

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