Tracy Earle

Tracy Earle grew up in the south of England and spent her younger years lost in imaginary worlds, writing endless stories. She looked to inspirations such as Jo March (Little Women), Anne of Green Gables, Beatrix Potter and the Bronte sisters. In later years, Tracy took well-meaning advice to get her head out of the clouds, and swapped fictional prose for a 26-year career in the UK Police force. During this time, her writing consisted of operation orders and prosecution files. This, along with raising a family, meant the Children of the Light spent many years existing only in Tracy’s mind and imagination. The day came however, when the Children of the Light and the Gozzits started fighting more fiercely to be freed from Tracy’s mind. Finally they won that fight … and now they are excited to be entering this world and yours!

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