Anne Bradshaw: Mormon Author

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Anne Bradshaw Mormon Author

Anne Bradshaw is the author of several Christian books. She gained a following with her numerous short stories about LDS youth that were published in the New Era beginning in 1987. She published a short story collection entitled Please, No Zits! and Other Short Stories for LDS Youth. She is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She joined the Church as a young adult in Great Britain.

Bradshaw was born in Caernarvon, Wales, and grew up in England. She began writing when her four children were in school. She and her husband, Bob, and their children left England in 1997 and now live in Utah.

She is the author of three novels (Terracotta Summer, Camomile Winter, Dingo), four nonfiction books (True Miracles with Genealogy, volumes 1 and 2; Famous Family Nights, Please, No Zits!), and has cowritten two screenplays (with Jeanne McKinney); The Ardanea Pendant took first place in the International Family Film Festival in 2008.