Since 2013, they have also collaborated on a NanoWriMo novel. November is national novel writing month when writers all over the US strive to pen 2,000 words a day to achieve the first draft of a novel by December 1st. Beginning with a chapter by the group's doyenne, prize-winning novelist Laura Kalpakian, thirty members take a day each and contribute a chapter.
2015's novel, titled Juicy Fruit Don't Grow On Trees, is the best yet, and is shortly to be published as an e-book for Kindle. Watch this page for more details. Exall wrote Chapter 19.
Marian Exall and other local writers, artists and crafters exhibited at the Ferry Terminal in Fairhaven.
writer, trainer, consultant
Wow! What a fabulous event! Ninety thousand people attended the 2013 Decatur Book Festival in Atlanta, Georgia, the nation's largest independent book festival. Marian Exall was one of twenty-five authors featured in the Emerging Writers Pavilion.
After a career as an employment lawyer, Marian Exall now writes what she loves to read: fiction of all kinds.
Competent professional ..... damaged child
Marian Exall has crafted a character forged in the crucible of childhood abuse. Sarah's sophisticated exterior - love those Jimmy Choos! - hides a painful history. She excels at academics; relationships are harder. But in A Slippery Slope, Sarah falls in love and is drawn into a criminal intrigue that threatens her ordered existence.
Now, in A Dangerous Descent, Sarah searches for a missing woman whose troubled past parallels her own.
Book launch at the