Muriel Ellis Pritchett

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Muriel Ellis Pritchett writes fun fiction about feisty, smart, older women, who have been wronged, but manage to persevere and climb out of the muck. Her first three books she jokingly calls RomCom-HenLit. Her fourth book, NOT MYSELF TODAY, is a young adult paranormal she wrote for her daughters and their friends to enjoy.
An award-winning author, Muriel was born and raised in Georgia, but has lived abroad in Japan and German. She has three degrees from the University of Georgia in literary appreciation, journalism, and dramatic writing. When not cruising around the world with her computer guru husband, Muriel enjoys taking art classes at UGA and once spent 10 weeks studying art in Italy. She has visited art museums all over the world, including the Louvre in Paris, the Prado in Madrid, and the Hermitage in St. Petersburg, Russia. Her art is often on display in local art exhibitions.
Muriel, who professes to be a chocoholic, and her husband are both Disney-holics. In addition to visiting Disney World in Florida and Disneyland in California every year, they have visited Disneyland Tokyo, Disney Seas in Tokyo, and Disneyland Paris. Disneyland Shanghai is high on their travel list.






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