Ingrid Jonach

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Ingrid Jonach (born May 6, 1983) is a children's and young adult author who lives in Canberra, the national capital of Australia. She graduated from the University of Canberra with a Bachelor of Arts in Professional Writing (Hon). She has worked as a journalist and in public relations. Her books include children's picture book A Lot of Things and children's novels The Frank Frankie and Frankie goes to France, which are about a young girl who starts her own newspaper.

Her debut young adult novel When the World was Flat (and we were in love) was published by global science fiction and fantasy imprint Strange Chemistry on 3 September 2013 in the USA and Canada and 5 September 2013 in the UK and rest of world.

Personal life[edit]

Jonach was inducted as an Honorary Member of the Golden Key International Honour Society University of Canberra Chapter on 18 October 2013.

Works[edit]

References[edit]

Rutter, Amanda (24 July 2012), "Announcing Ingrid Jonach!", Strange Chemistry 
Date, Margot (15–16 September 2007), "Ahead in the books", The Sydney Morning Herald 
Curtis, Jacquelyn (2007), "Alumna publishes 'frank' children's book", Monitor Online 
Maher, Ashlea (2007), "Drawing from the heart", Young Witness [dead link]
Violante, Victor (7 July 2007), "Youth bound for success", The Canberra Times 

Further reading[edit]

Official website
Good Reading Magazine review
When the World Was Flat (and we were in love) Goodreads Page