Norma Curtis

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Norma Curtis
Born DOB unknown
Wales, UK
Pen name Norma Curtis
Occupation Novelist
Nationality British
Period 1995-present
Genre Romance
Spouse Paul
Children 1
Website
www.normacurtis.com

Norma Curtis (b. Wales) is a British novelist and short story writer. Her debut novel, Living It Up, Living It Down has been awarded the Romantic Novelists' Association New Writing Award in 1994, and later she was elected its twentieth Chairman (1999–2001).[1]

Biography[edit]

Norma Curtis was born near Wrexham, Wales, UK, but now she lives in London, England.[2] She is married to an Australian, Paul, and they had a son, Joe.

Bibliography[edit]

Single novels[edit]

  • Living It Up, Living It Down (1995)
  • The House Husband (1996) aka Quality Time
  • The Last Place You Look (1998)
  • Holy Bones and Ava Jones (2013)
  • Striking a Balance (2015)

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