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Andreina Cordani

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When she was at school, Andreina Cordani used to get out of PE by saying she would use the time to write a book and dedicate it to her gym teacher. Sadly it took years of exercise-dodging before she was able to complete The Girl Who, and she hasn't been able to touch her toes since 2002. In the following years, she pursued a career in journalism, working for women's magazines including That's Life, Cosmopolitan and Good Housekeeping.
 Specialising in 'real life' stories, she interviews seemingly ordinary people about their extraordinary lives - most of which you wouldn't believe if you read it in a novel.
 She lives on the Dorset coast with her family where she reads voraciously, watches YouTubers with increasing fascination and swims in the sea.


Genres: Mystery, Young Adult Fiction
New and upcoming books
Andreina Cordani recommends
Let's Play Murder (2023)
Kesia Lupo
"I rattled through it in a couple of frantic nights' reading as I couldn't wait to get to the end! I loved the twisty mash-up of virtual reality and old-school murder mystery; it was delightfully creepy and atmospheric."
My Life As A Chameleon (2022)
Diana Anyakwo
"Diana Anyakwo's beautiful writing captures those granular everyday details of growing up, of navigating friendships, learning to feel comfortable in your skin and finding your own voice.My Life As A Chameleon is immersive - I was completely absorbed from the moment I opened the book."

Anthologies containing stories by Andreina Cordani
We Need to Talk (2015)
Nineteen stories about difficult conversations
edited by
Jared Shurin

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