Famous Mormon Writers and Authors
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Jeff Lindsay Jeff is a registered US Patent Agent and a leading expert in Intellectual Asset law and strategy. Jeff was one of the most prolific inventors in Kimberly-Clark's company history with 101 granted US patents and more pending. After becoming the company�s Corporate Patent Strategist and Senior Research Fellow, Jeff developed and advanced the concept of �Disruptive Intellectual Asset Strategy,� where intellectual assets are used to overcome normal barriers to disruptive innovation. Jeff founded and chaired an Intellectual Asset group dedicated to identifying and protecting �business methods,� and guided Kimberly-Clark in pursuing an aggressive publications strategy.


Annette Lyon



Author of some great books such as

AT the journey's End House on the Hill, At the Waters Edge and Lost Without You


Marcia Lynn McClure



Marcia spins her tales of love, life and laughter�adventures woven around those compelling, romantic instances that most appeal to a woman's loving heart. Marcia feels that if her readers close one of her books with a contented sigh and a delighted smile, feeling rejuvenated, cheerful and edified, then she has achieved what she set out to do�shower refreshment and happiness on anyone having experienced the story.



Sherry Ann Miller  

Author of the award-winning Gift Series (five-book set can be read out of sequence and has won two first place awards, one third place award, and two fourth place awards in national competitions) and Warwick Saga (a 2-book set of historical fiction at its very best), Sherry researches family history tenaciously, and has gathered over fifty-thousand names for her PAF program.


K. L. Morgan

"These stories are full of exciting adventure, wonderful imagination, and romance. Wholesome books such as these I recommend to my own children. You'll want to read K.L. Morgan's Castledance (2001), and Judges of Light (1998). I heartily endorse them."
Source: New York Times best-selling author, Mark Victor Hansen


Stephenie Meyer


Stephenie Meyer is the author to a young adult novel
entitled TWILIGHT and the soon to be published sequel NEW MOON

After the publication of her first novel, Twilight, booksellers chose Stephenie Meyer as one of the "most promising new authors of 2005" (Publishers Weekly).

From Stephenie's website:  I am also a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (or Mormon, as we are commonly called�for more info on what that means, see www.mormon.org ) and that has a huge influence on who I am and my perspective on the world, and therefore what I write (though I have been asked more than once, "What's a nice Mormon girl like you doing writing about vampires?")

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The Story Behind Twilight

Brandon Mull



Brandon Mull is a writer who is best known as the author of the  Fablehaven fantasy series. Mull Lives south of Salt Lake City, Utah and Graduated from Brigham Young University College in Utah. Mull lives on the side of a mountain above a prison with his wife and two kids. Because many young readers are interested in his books, Brandon crosses the country talking to students, with the message that "imagination can take you places."


Brenda Novak

Two-time Golden Heart finalist she writes contemporary romance from her home in Sacramento, California. Since her first sale to HarperCollins in 1998,Of Nobel Birth, she's sold seventeen books to Harlequin, thirteen for their Super romance line, three contemporary single titles and a novella.  The Best Reviews

Rachel Ann Nunes  

While Rachel mainly focuses on writing contemporary women�s fiction with strong plots and characters, her works also include more generally focused novels. While serving an LDS mission to Portugal, Rachel met her husband, TJ. They now live in Utah Valley and are the parents of six children�three boys and three girls.


Carol Lynn Pearson
She has written several volumes of poetry including Beginnings, The Search, The Growing Season, A Widening View, I Can�t Stop Smiling, and Women I Have Known and Been.  She created a one-woman play which she has performed more than three hundred times, "Mother Wove the Morning," in which she play sixteen women throughout history in search of the female face of God, a subject that has been a driving force in her life.  The video of the play earned an award from "Booklist" as "one of the top 25 videos of the year."

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Anne Perry

She has written more than 30 popular mysteries set in Victorian London, seven million copies in print. "At first, I gave the missionaries such a hard time, because there were some things I couldn't accept, but now I can't remember what they were. I really can't... I got down on my knees before I went to bed, and I asked my Father in Heaven if it was true or not, and when I woke up in the morning, the room was absolutely filled with light � and I don't mean sunlight."
Source: Deseret News

January Magazine, profile

Tristi Pinkston
She is the author of two LDS historical fiction novels, Nothing to Regret and Strength to Endure, both World War II sagas produced by Granite Publishing.  Each story speaks to the soul of the reader as she explores the intricacies of war and the raw human emotion that accompanies world conflict.  She has been critically acclaimed for her in depth research and her rich writing style. Visit her web site at Tristi Pinkston.com

Fabrizio Poli



Fabrizio is a convert to the Church (baptized in July 1995) and never looked back since. Fabrizio says: "The gospel has and is bringing many great blessings to both my family and myself. He  is an Airline Pilot for leading European Airline Ryan Air and his first book Your Attitude Determines Your Altitude: How to Fly Out of the Cube & Gain Your Freedom is doing very well here in the UK

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