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Mar 8, 2009
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Fiona Robyn Ingram
About My Library
I read both fiction and non-fiction and enjoy anything to do with ancient civilizations, history, voyages of discovery, and myths and legends. I particularly enjoy modern day adventures where ancient relics and amazing discoveries from the past features strongly. Thrillers, mystery and detective novels are also on my bookshelf. I guess I will read just about anything - I am open to new types of subjects and topics.
About Me
I am a full-time writer. My interests include literature, art, theatre, collecting antiques, animals, music, travel, and movies. I can't remember NOT having a book in my hand. My schoolmates called me a bookworm, and nothing's changed since then. I was brought up on the children's classics because my parents are also avid readers. Although I'm a journalist and editor, writing a children’s book — The Secret of the Sacred Scarab — was an unexpected step, inspired by a recent trip to Egypt. The tale of the sacred scarab began life as a little anecdotal tale for my 2 nephews (then 10 and 12), who had accompanied me on the Egyptian trip. This short story grew into a children’s book, the first in the adventure series, Chronicles of the Stone.
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South Africa
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http://www.chroniclesofthestone.com
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