These writers have been Highly Commended in the Page Turner Awards 2021.
Morgan Tucker for "The Vision Casting Chronicles"
Morgan is an African American woman of Caribbean descent from Los Angeles, California. She grew up reading young adult fantasy but longed to cheer on a protagonist who looked like herself. Morgan holds a degree in screenwriting from the University of Southern California. She hopes her writing will
Lilianne Milgrom for "L'Origine: The secret life of the world's most erotic masterpiece"
Lilianne Milgrom is an internationally acclaimed artist and author. She was born in Paris, grew up in Australia, and now lives in the United States. In 2011 she became the first artist authorized by the Orsay Museum in Paris to copy Gustave Courbet’s infamous L’Origine du monde (The Origin of the
Alice Deby for "The Finder"
Alice Deby is a debut author who loves modern fairytales, ghost stories and writing all night. A former teacher and magazine editor, she now writes full-time, with an ambition to deliver many books for many readers. This year, she's a prize winner in the Romance Writers of Australia's Ripping Start
Julie Hall for "Stealing Embers"
Julie Hall is a USA Today bestselling, 12x award-winning author. She writes YA paranormal / fantasy novels, loves doodles, and drinks Red Bull, but not necessarily in that order. Julie's daughter says that her super power is sleeping all day and writing all night... and well, she wouldn't be wrong
Kelly Adam for "Fight by Night"
I am an unpublished Australian novelist living in the Snowy Mountains of New South Wales. I work full time in the family business and am a mum of three. I've studied at The Writers' Studio and The Australian Writers’ Centre and now I'm working with American editor Emily Heckman.
E A Carter for "The Lost Letters: The Dark World of Narcissistic Abuse"
E A Carter is a multiple award-winning, Amazon #1 bestselling author of epic alternate historical fiction, sci-fi, and high fantasy love stories. Her newest release I, Cassandra came out Aug 26, 2021, a sci-fi drenched in the dystopian atmospheres of Blade Runner, Ex Machina, and Elysium. She is a
David Lea for "Home to Roost"
Having retired from teaching, I have spent much of my spare time writing, hopefully learning from my mistakes and discovering how much I enjoy the writing process, despite its many frustrations. I have been successful in several competitions, mainly in writing Flash Fiction, and my play, "So Quick"
Patti Larsen for "Merry Little Mystic Murder"
Patti Larsen is an international, multiple award-winning writer with a passion for the voices in her head. Now with over 150 titles across a multitude of genres in happy publication around the world, she lives on her beautiful island paradise, Prince Edward Island, Canada, with her abundance of
Hayley Watson for "Mirrored"
Born and raised in Kent, my love for writing began with poetry; filling notebooks and proudly presenting my work to anyone who would listen. Later, in my teens, I discovered that I had a musical ear – after having taught myself piano – and began writing songs. And the best thing about songwriting is
Jasmine Burke for "All That Lies Here Broken"
I'm a girl in her twenties with a passion for writing and a dream of one day being published. I have been writing books since I was 6 years old, but this has been the first large novel that I've actually finished, so that's very exciting! I used to spend my summer holidays sat in my room delving
Reuben Mainprize for "A Spy's Diploma"
19 year old from Oxford, UK on a gap year before going to Bristol University in September 2021 I've been writing since I was about six and over lockdown completed my first novel 'A Spy's Diploma', which is the first in a series of seven planned books. Within said series, I'm hoping to break away
Sydney Low for "H0M3 FR33"
I am a long-time writer and yet-to-be author and I spend more of my time time thinking about fictional worlds than real ones. I've been telling stories since I learned to talk and writing since I could hold a pencil. I write almost exclusively YA fiction, with the odd poem thrown in for fun. The