Julie Wright: Mormon Author

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Julie Wright Mormon Author

Julie Wright is the author of numerous books, the first of which was written when she was fifteen years old. She has contributed to The Newport Ladies’ Book Club series (her titles include Tying the Knot, Victoria’s Promise, and Olivia) and cowrote the Hazardous Universe series with Kevin Wasden. She is the author of stand-alone novels Eyes Like Mine and Cross My Heart, for which she won a Whitney Award (she was nominated for Eyes Like Mine). She also wrote The Fortune Café (a Crown Heart award winner), Loved Like That, My Not-So-Fairy Tale Life, Spell Check, and To Catch a Falling Star.

She and her husband are the parents of three children. She is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.