Angela Hunt's Bio:
Angela Elwell Hunt began her writing career in 1983. After five years of honing her craft working for magazines, she published her first book in 1989. Since then, she has authored more than 70 books for children and adults in both fiction and nonfiction.
Among her picture books is the award-winning The Tale of Three Trees, with more than one million copies in print in sixteen languages. Seventeen of her adult titles are nonfiction including Listening With My Heart, a book co-authored with Heather Whitestone McCallum, Miss America 1995.
Three of Hunt’s inspirational romance novels have been finalists in the Romance Writers of America’s illustrious RITA contest: Dreamers in 1997, Brothers in 1998, and The Silver Sword in 1999. In 1998 she was nominated for a Career Achievement Award by Romantic Times, and The Silver Sword won the 1998 RT “Reviewers’ Choice” award for inspirational romance.
Hunt would be the first, however, to stress that she writes for men as well as women. Among such books are Flee the Darkness (W Publishing Group) and By Dawn’s Early Light (W Publishing Group), winner of the 2000 Christy Award for excellence in Christian Fiction.
Most recently she won The National Reader’s Choice Award for her novel The Debt. Her latest work, The Novelist, released in January 2006.
Angela Elwell Hunt and her husband, Gary, live in Florida with their two teenagers, three dogs, two cats and rabbit.
Visit Angela's website at www.angelaelwellhunt.com