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Name  Nalini Singh

Role  Author
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Genre  Paranormal Romance Science Fiction Fantasy Romance
Education  Mount Roskill Grammar School
Nominations  Goodreads Choice Awards Best Romance
Books  Shield of Winter, Archangel's Shadows, Heart of Obsidian, Archangel's Storm, Archangel's Legion
Similar People  Kresley Cole, Meljean Brook, Charlaine Harris, Lisa Shearin, Maggie Shayne
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Nalini Singh is a New Zealand author of numerous paranormal romance novels.

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Author nalini singh on her writing process


Early life

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Of Indian descent, Nalini Singh was born in 1977 in Fiji, and moved to New Zealand as a child. She attended Mount Roskill Grammar School.

Writing

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In 1999, Singh placed third in the Romance Writers of New Zealand's "Clendon Award". Then in 2001 her manuscript "Coaxing the Sheik" won the Jane Porter Award for highest-placed Mills and Boon, as well as the Clendon Award's Readers' Choice Award that year. It went on to be her first book sale as "Desert Warrior", sold to Silhouette Desire in September 2002 (published in 2003).

Her books have appeared on the New York Times best-sellers list, the USA Today best-sellers list, and the Publishers Weekly best-sellers list.

She has won several other awards including the Sir Julius Vogel Award for best novella/novelette (twice, in 2008 and 2009) .

She has had over two dozen novels published, including:

Other work

Nalini Singh spent three years working in Japan as an English teacher and touring other parts of Asia. At other times she has also worked as a lawyer, a librarian, a candy factory general hand, and a bank temp, but "not necessarily in that order".

References

Nalini Singh (author) Wikipedia


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