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Emily Colin

Emily Colin holds a BA in Psychology, with a second major in Literature/Media Studies, from Duke University, and an MS in Family Studies and Human Services, with a specialization in Youth Development, from Kansas State University. She is the Associate Director of DREAMS of Wilmington, a nationally award-winning nonprofit dedicated to building creative, committed citizens by providing youth in need with high-quality, free-of-charge arts programming.
 A 2001-2003 William C. Friday Human Relations Fellow, Emily´s background includes many years as a classical violinist, as well as writing and editing for regional publications. Prior to coming to DREAMS, she served as Editor-in-Chief of Coastal Carolina Press, a nonprofit publishing company dedicated to preserving the history, culture and activities of the North Carolina coast, and co-founder of Carolina Women´s Partnership, a nonprofit organization through which she published two books featuring women leaders throughout the state of North Carolina. The Memory Thief is her first novel.

Genres: Paranormal Romance
Anthologies edited
   Wicked South (2018) (with Katie Rose Guest Pryal)
   Unbound (2021) (with Madeline Dyer)
Emily Colin recommends
Asleep from Day (2018)
Margarita Montimore
"A mesmerizing, unusual novel that's part dream sequence, part love story, and part mystery. I read it in one gulp, and Astrid stayed with me well after I turned the final page."
She Wouldn't Change a Thing (2021)
Sarah Adlakha
"With searing precision and eerie intensity, Adlakha delivers a dazzling, braided narrative of the inevitability of our choices and the sacrifices we make for love. She Wouldn’t Change a Thing is a story that will break your heart into smithereens, infuse your spirit with hope, and stay with you long after you’ve turned the final page."

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