Nina J. Lux was born in 1989 and started her writing career early in life by creating illustrated stories about villainous apples. Education took her through music school, sports academy and the IB Diploma Programme - all leading up to her move to London. During her time at the University of London the writing continued through prose, poetry and plays. At last, YA fantasy adventure series The Landskapë Saga came to life with the first instalment, Bell Eleven (free from evil fruit).
After graduating from university Nina left the country. Having written her way across the world to Japan and back, she now lives in Scandinavia where she's relying on words to pay for coffee and for her future pug, Charles Ingvar.
on Jan. 31, 2015 :
I read 25% before putting this down. There is a lot of Japanese culture in the story, much more than I am familiar with. I found it distracting and confusing. A person familiar with the culture would probably enjoy the work much more than I did.
(review of free book)