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Marlena Frank, Author
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Locust Grove, GA 30248
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Super Short Bio
Marlena Frank is the author of young adult fantasy and horror novels and novellas, including the Amazon bestseller Stolen of the Stolen series. She has been writing and publishing short fiction since 2010.
Marlena Frank has always been fascinated with monsters, and now gets to write about them. She has been writing horror and fantasy short stories since 2010 and has had her work published in a number of anthologies, from Heroic Fantasy Quarterly to The Sirens Call.
Her YA Dark Fantasy novella, The She-Wolf of Kanta, was released in April 2018 from Aurelia Leo. Her debut novel, Stolen, came out January 2019 from The Parliament House Press, and on release day became an Amazon Bestseller in a YA category. When she isn’t thinking up strange tales, she’s an active member in the Atlanta cosplay community and the Atlanta chapter of the Horror Writers Association.
Marlena Frank is the author of books and novellas that span genres from young adult fantasy to horror. Her debut novel, Stolen Book 1 of the Stolen series, became an Amazon bestseller on release day. She has two books coming out in 2020: Broken, the sequel to Stolen, and The Seeking, a dystopian YA Horror novel.
Marlena has also written several fantasy and horror short stories, which have been included in notable anthologies such as Heroic Fantasy Quarterly, Not Your Average Monster Volume 2, and The Sirens Call issue #29.
Although she was born in Tennessee, Marlena has spent many of her years in Georgia – where she currently lives with her sister and three spoiled cats. When she’s not thinking up strange tales on her commute to work, she’s an affiliate in the Atlanta Chapter of the Horror Writers Association and an avid member of the Atlanta cosplay community.
She is also a Hufflepuff, an INFJ, a tea drinker, and a wildlife enthusiast.
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