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Donna Munro
Donna Munro
BIOGRAPHY

Donna Munro is the author of quirky mature-chick lit/romance The Zanzibar Moon and its younger prequel Kendwa’s Secret. Most recently published in collaborative books ‘Just What the Doctor Ordered’ and ‘Having it all at Fifty Plus Innovation Edition’. She is a successful freelance writer published in national magazines such as The Australian Women’s Weekly, Woman’s Day and Take 5. A ghostwriter, blogger, graphic artist, book coach, book designer and book marketer.
Donna is an established author member of Romance Writers of Australia and Australian Romance Readers. Studies include a Writing Diploma and a TESOL certificate. The craft of writing began in second class with ‘The Mouse with the Musical Ears’ (coming soon). Obviously writing is a lifelong passion. Establishing Warm Witty Publishing has been a highlight. In the future, she plans to help other writers achieve their publishing dreams.
Donna lives in Queensland, Australia. You’ll often find her on a beach with her toes in the sand and a book in her hand.

Donna Munro Books

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Kendwa's Secret: The Prequel to The Zanzibar Moon
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Kendwa's Secret: The Prequel to The Zanzibar Moonby Donna MunroPublish: Jul 14, 2018Series: The Zanzibar Moon SeriesContemporary Romance Romance Women's Fiction
The Zanzibar Moon
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The Zanzibar Moonby Donna Denise MunroPublish: May 22, 2017Series: The Zanzibar Moon SeriesContemporary Romance Romance Women's Fiction
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The Zanzibar Moon Series (Box Set): Two Full Novels and One Extractby Donna MunroPublish: Nov 27, 2019Series: The Zanzibar Moon SeriesContemporary Romance

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      • Donna Munro Donna Munro 9 months ago
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      • I've been writing since primary school after I handed in a story called 'The Mouse with the Musical Ears'. I'm re-writing it all these years later. Not that I remember it of course, but it did begin my love for writing.
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