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Laureen M. is a professional writer and editor at Turnednews.com. She has been writing and editing news and current events articles since graduating from college. Laureen has an eye for uncovering and reporting on developing stories related to politics, social issues, and economic changes. She is passionate about giving readers a comprehensive look at the changing world. Beyond her work at Turnednews.com, Laureen is also an advocate for the voices of minority communities and she often writes opinion pieces on various topics. In her spare time, Laureen enjoys outdoor activities, playing sports and exploring.
Born in the rolling hills of the Cotswolds, Benjamin Hawley grew up surrounded by tales of old England. A graduate of the University of Oxford, where he majored in English Literature, Hawley's novels intertwine historical epochs with modern narratives. His debut novel, "Echoes from the Abbey," was praised for its meticulous research and captivating storytelling. Drawing inspiration from both rural landscapes and bustling cities, Hawley's works delve deep into the human psyche, exploring themes of love, redemption, and the haunting presence of the past. When he's not writing, you can find him wandering ancient ruins or enjoying a quiet evening at his countryside home.
Je m’appelle Laure. J’ai grandi à Lyon, en France. Ma passion pour la cuisine est née dans ma famille qui compte de grands chefs cuisiniers. C’est donc tout naturellement que j’ai décidé de me spécialiser dans ce domaine et je suis aujourd'hui rédactrice culinaire et recettes. Je parcourt le monde entier à la recherche des meilleures saveurs et ingrédients afin de les partager avec nos lecteurs français.
Hailing from the vibrant city of Manchester, Eliza Thornfield has always had a penchant for drama and the unexpected. A playwright turned novelist, her works often blur the lines between reality and fiction, pushing boundaries and challenging societal norms. With a master's degree from the Royal Central School of Speech & Drama, her plays have been performed in theaters across the UK. Her breakout novel, "Shadows on the Canal," captures the gritty essence of urban life and has been hailed as a modern classic. Passionate about social issues, Thornfield uses her writing as a lens to comment on contemporary society. She enjoys jazz music, late-night poetry readings, and can often be found at local cafes, penning her next masterpiece.