REAL CREATIVES:
Marion Grace Woolley

Today, April 11, 1-3 EST on Real Creatives

Marion Grace Woolley

Marion is the British author of five novels (with a sixth and seventh waiting for publication) who repairs pianos while traveling around the world. She’s currently living in Rwanda where she teaches writing classes, repairs pianos, and is currently working on a project to build the first African piano outside South Africa.

She’s very idea driven, and one of the most inventive people we’ve ever met. Tweet to her @GhostwoodsBooks and use hashtag #askmarion

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