Nadia L King is an Australian author of Indian and Irish descent. She is a children’s author and award-winning short story writer who believes passionately in the power of stories to make the world a better place.
Her books for children include Claire Malone Changes the World (an empowering and inspiring picture book for young children) and The Lost Smile (a picture book with themes of cultural diversity and emotional intelligence), and Jenna’s Truth (a young adult novella telling a raw and real tale of cyberbullying). Nadia’s exciting second young adult novel, Can the Real JR Stand Up, Please? is due out in 2021. Her books are published by London-based Dixi Books and distributed in Australia by Peribo.
Nadia’s short stories have been published in Australia and internationally. She is the winner of the 2020 Maureen Freer Literary Competition for the short story category, and in 2019 she was awarded the Stuart Hadow Short Story Prize.
Nadia is currently undertaking postgraduate studies in English and creative writing. She lives in Western Australia with her family and ever-expanding collection of books.
For more information about Nadia and her books, please visit her website.
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