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Sangu Mandanna

Sangu Mandanna was four years old when she was chased by an elephant, wrote her first story about it, and decided this was what she wanted to do with her life. Seventeen years later, she read Frankenstein. It sent her into a writing frenzy that became The Lost Girl, a novel about death and love and the tie that binds the two together. Sangu lives in England with her husband and son.

Genres: Science Fiction, Young Adult Fantasy, Paranormal Romance, Children's Fiction
   Magic Has No Borders (2023) (with others)
   Overwatch 2: Heroes Ascendant (2024) (with others)
Anthologies edited
Sangu Mandanna recommends
Bookshops & Bonedust (2023)
(Legends & Lattes, book 2)
Travis Baldree
"Magical and full of heart, Bookshops & Bonedust is every bit as enchanting as its predecessor. Spending more time with Viv was a joy."
Witch of Wild Things (2023)
Raquel Vasquez Gilliland
"Every page sparkles with magic, family, and the lush beauty of wild things."
The Weaver and the Witch Queen (2023)
Genevieve Gornichec
"From the moment I picked up The Weaver and the Witch Queen, I was enthralled. This is a rich, magical reimagining of Viking history, with all the bloodshed, tragedy and tangled webs of fate required of any great epic - but it is above all a gloriously woven tapestry of love, loyalty, and the extraordinary bonds of sisterhood."
Emily Wilde's Encyclopaedia of Faeries (2023)
(Emily Wilde, book 1)
Heather Fawcett
"A darkly gorgeous fantasy that sparkles with snow and magic, this book wholly enchanted me."
Witcha Gonna Do? (2022)
Avery Flynn
"Adorable, hilarious and positively sizzling with charm, this is a delightfully magical read I'm going to come back to again and again!"
Foul Lady Fortune (2022)
(Foul Lady Fortune, book 1)
Chloe Gong
"Raw, thrilling and dizzyingly romantic, Foul Lady Fortune is a marvel."

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