Meet #LifetimeMember #RRBCAuthor #RWISAAuthor & #RWISAPresident @WendyJayneScott! Find her #books in #Paranormal #ShortStories #TeenYa #Childrens! Awesome #RWISA #RRBC #TST Member!

“100+” Club Member!

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Wendy Scott has a New Zealand Certificate in Science (Chemistry), which allows her to dabble with fuming potions and strange substances, satisfying her inner witch.

Wendy writes fantasy and children’s novels, and short stories.

One of the creeds she lives by is to always – Live a life less ordinary!

Pen Names: Fantasy ~ Wendy Scott, Children’s ~ WJ Scott, (Romance/Paranormal) ~ Wendy Jayne

Blue Treat Award: RRBC KCT International Literary Book Awards 2017 & 2018.

Connect with Wendy via…

Twitter:  @WendyJayneScott

Blog

RWISA

Amazon page

You can find Wendy’s books listed under the following categories in the RRBC Catalog:

Children’s Books

Education & Teaching

Paranormal, Sci-Fi & Fantasy

Short Story

Teen & Young Adult

Check out Wendy’s  “WHO’S ON THE SHELF W/NONNIE JULES” Interview!

RAVE WAVES Interviews:

6/20/20 – “BUY THE BOOK”

6/15/17 – “BRING ON THE SPOTLIGHT” 

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48 thoughts on “Meet #LifetimeMember #RRBCAuthor #RWISAAuthor & #RWISAPresident @WendyJayneScott! Find her #books in #Paranormal #ShortStories #TeenYa #Childrens! Awesome #RWISA #RRBC #TST Member!”

  1. Hi, Wendy! I want to offer a HUGE Congratulations to you on winning the 2020 #RRBC #KCT ILA Grand Prize!!! Way to go! I am so proud of you. Everyone who has not read Slimmer needs to grab their copy today!

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  2. Hi, Wendy! Your WHO’S ON THE SHELF Interview from the old site has now been moved to our new site and is linked above, here on your Author Page! I’ll pull the years for these at a later date. Enjoy!

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    1. Wow – you’ve made my day. You made me laugh about smuggling reading in bed at night – I’ve been caught doing that, too! (Last time was Jan Sike’s book, Flowers & Stone – I ended up with headlamp marks on my forehead – too funny!).
      Tekagi, is such a wicked villain, I thoroughly enjoyed exploring her dark nature.

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      1. Headlamp marks. Lol. Tiger House was great read Wendy. I’m blogging all my reads monthly and am trying to let the authors know. I can’t wait to read the next book in your series. And thanks for the tip on Jan’s book; I haven’t read that one. Have a lovely week and take care. 🙂 ❤

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      1. Hi Wendy. I’m glad you are a fan. We try to have fun in there. I didn’t know you dabble in chemistry. I barely got through the class. LOL.

        Congratulations on your Author Page.

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  3. Happy Belated Birthday, Wendy. I hope the “social distancing” we are all living through did not detract too much from your special day.

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    1. Awh thanks, Natalie. For 10 days my sister and I are twin-ages. When we were kids we used to share the most amazing birthday parties – Mum always baked & decorated a humungous cake (I remember a Humpty Dumpty on the wall cake). There was a riot of neighbourhood kids & lots of games (like pass the parcel). Fun times xxx

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  4. I’m a big fan of your books! I have at least one more on my kindle, and I’ve read many of them. I can’t wait to get around to the ones I haven’t read yet. 🙂

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