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Lyndall Clipstone

Lyndall Clipstone writes magical YA gothic romances about monsters and the girls who like to kiss them. A former youth librarian, she has a Bachelors in Creative Writing and a Graduate Diploma in Library and Information Management. Her first novel, LAKESEDGE, debuted in 2021.

Genres: Young Adult Fantasy

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