LJ Moss

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Course studied: MA Writing for Young People
Graduating year: 2019

LJ Moss devoured so much fantasy growing up that she became a fictional character herself, embodying bits of all the books she ever read. She’s been a pierrot, poet, play director, artist, therapist, teacher, strawberry picker, and storyclub inventor. Part fable, part fairytale, she wanders through the woods between worlds, stalking persnickety protagonists and their paradoxical plots.

About Marley Jones and the Pandora Plot

Don’t go into those woods.
Don’t open that door.
Don’t unlock that box.

Should Marley open the locked box she gets at a car boot sale?
Well, you would, wouldn’t you?

Especially if the box had a sticker on it, proclaiming FREE GIFTS INSIDE.

But what if the box is actually a dangerous magical artefact?
What if sinister people are on its trail?
And what if the things inside the box were locked in there for a reason?

Would you think again? Will Marley?

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