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Kelsey Gallant

Author Bio:

I was born in Bloomington, Indiana, in December 1993. As a child, I always loved to read, particularly series such as The Babysitters Club and The Boxcar Children. I also always had quite the imagination, and was constantly writing stories of my own inside my head. I used to tell some of these stories to my brother, and even now we remember bits and pieces of the ludicrous plots I came up with.

I first began writing down some of my stories when I was nine, in the form of a mystery series about a girl named Doylie Dot. As my writing matured over the years, I switched from folded-over pieces of printing paper to spiral-bound notebooks, and from 6-page stories about nine-year-olds catching burglars to longer, more detailed novels about various aspects of life.

I still enjoy reading, when I have the time. My favorite authors include Karen Kingsbury, Marissa Meyer, Margaret Peterson Haddix, and J.K. Rowling. Aside from reading and writing, I enjoy singing and songwriting, spending time outside, and being with my family and friends. I am very involved in my church, where I teach Sunday school and participate in various drama opportunities. During the school year, I work as a middle school math teacher—a job I absolutely love!

Books by Author

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New Chance

It’s been two years since Lauren Bradka had her heart broken by the man she always thought she’d marry, and she’s starting to lose hope of ever having the family she so desperately craves. When unforeseen circumstances lead Lauren to a completely new career, she can’t help feeling excited about…

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New Life

Sixteen-year-old Aleah Matthews is living a wild and reckless life, consumed with getting revenge on her ex-boyfriend for leaving her alone and pregnant last year. Her nights out with various guys leave her little time for anything else, including talking with her overworked mother and taking care of…

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9th Grade with My Expanding Experiences, My Rollercoaster Relationships, & Me

Allisen says: "How is it that I’m in high school already? Freshman year was a collage of ups and downs—from the ecstatic feeling of having a huge crush to the heartbreaking blow of a tragedy no one was prepared for. It was a year of realizing that people hold secrets, and that no matter how…


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