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Sally De Smet was born in Nashville, Tennessee but lived in many areas as the daughter of a Naval officer. She was the shy little kid who stayed in her room a lot, channeling her sensitivity into stories and art. Her writing explores human emotion while weaving a story full of intrigue and mystery. Her book, PAGES IN THE WIND, has won numerous awards; Feathered Quill First Place Gold for Best Debut author, Beverly Hills Book Award, the Eric Hoffer Award 2017, and the Wishing Shelf Finalist 2016. Her book, Pages in the Wind, explores the role of abuse and trauma on the shaping of identity. Her storytelling skills have been recognized by the psychiatric community and educators--blending psychology and fiction into a compelling narrative.
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