“You fail only if you stop writing.” Ray Bradbury

TWA Meeting January 3, 2018 Voting for Officers & Angela Hunt Speaks on Writing Characters

 Christy-Award winner Angela Hunt writes for readers who expect the unexpected in novels. With nearly five million copies of her books sold worldwide, she is the best-selling author of more than 140 works ranging from picture books (The Tale of Three Trees) to non-fiction books, to novels. Angela Hunt’s books have touched on such diverse topics as cloning, immortality, breast cancer, mental illness, angels, family issues, spouse abuse, stuttering, adoption, divorce, dating and man’s relationship to animals.                                  

Her novel, The Note, was made into a Hallmark Channel movie with the same name. It premiered in December 2007, and two other novels have been optioned for film (Uncharted andThe Elevator). Hunt was awarded and Angel Award from Excellence in Media eight times, as well as a 2000 Christy Award (for By Dawn’s Light). She won the 2006 Romantic Times BookClub Lifetime Award, and three of her novels have been finalists for a Romance Writers of America RITA Award. She was also awarded the 2000 Holt Medallion for Inspirational Fiction for The Truth Teller. Her novel, “The Face,” was listed in Publisher’s Weekly “Best Books of the Year” (PW, 11/03/08). Hunt often speaks and teaches at major writer’s conferences and she participates as a founding instructor in the Glen Eyrie Writer’s Summit. She lives in Seminole, Florida with her family and mastiffs. In 2001, one of her dogs was featured on Live With Regis and Kelly as the second largest dog in America.










   Voting for TWA Officers, January 3, 2018 – On Our List President, Annette Masters, Vice-President, Kim Hackett, Secretary, Tom Stahl, Treasurer, Alycea Snyder, Members at Large, Alane Obeso, Kathryn Dorn and Sarah Graves Hein.