Anne B. Fowler
Former teacher of Spanish, French and English, Anne Bancroft Fowler is the published author of 20 mid-grade scary/horror stories. Her book,Ten Minute Terrors, was distributed by Troll Books along with one of R.L. Stine’s Goosebumps series. Fowler’s first adult novel, The Jesuit Papers, won an award at the East of Eden Conference, and Honorable mention in the 2012-13 Los Angeles TImes Festival of Books. and the 2012-13 New York Times Festival of Books. "A Game of Bones," the sequel in the Kat Hamilton Series, was runner-up in the 2014 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books. Her two-time award-winning animated feature film, Omarr the Camel - is currently under option to Snowfall Films. She spent three years on the staff of Retailer News Magazine and two years as Associate Editor of The Fringe, a literary anthology.
Short Story, Movie, and Book Published:
Anne is the writer of the short story "Omarr the Camel," which is soon to be made into a full length animated film. She also just published the book "The Jesuit Papers."
Omarr the Camel
Omarr the Camel is a delightful story about a camel who saves baby Jesus on Christmas night with the theme of the story focusing on friendship and belonging.
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The Jesuit Papers
Kat Hamilton is up to her neck in trouble. While seeking her missing father, a slim lead from a Mayan Calendar rubbing and a mysterious Jesuit priest’s journal send her from idyllic Paraguayan ranch to the country’s cannibal-infested jungle. Intensifying her pursuit, she encounters intrigue, treachery, ancient prophecy and…unexpected romance. If you liked The DaVinci Code and Romancing the Stone, you’ll love The Jesuit Papers: a harrowing, fast-paced adventure with a jolt of passion that will leave you breathless.
"The Jesuit Papers" won Honorable Mention in both the Los Angeles and New York Times Book Festivals.
A Game of Bones
When Kat Hamilton learns that Nick’s ex-wife has returned with a twelve-year-old boy she claims is Nick’s son, she believes her husband of a few short weeks has lied to her. Disillusioned and hurt beyond measure, she accepts a challenge
from Shahin, her former lover, to accompany him on a quest to the Middle East. One that he vows will change the course of history, past and present.
The region is a cauldron of political unrest and Kat’s involvement in the risky journey is made doubly dangerous by the duplicity of Shahin. Trapped in a situation over which she has no control, she knows her sheer survival will depend on her smarts.
As Kat’s situation becomes increasingly dire, Nick is doing all he can to find her, while simultaneously seeking the truth about his ex and the son she claims is his. He knows he must reach Kat soon, if he is to be in time to save her and salvage their marriage.