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Imogen Reed writes awesome stories.
Having always been fascinated by the power of words, Imogen decided in September of 2016 to become an author. All the captivating books she’s read inspired her to write and share her own stories.
She dreams of becoming the author who inspires a single person (more would be great, too) to change and improve their life because of the positive and transformational themes and messages Imogen weaves into her fictional tales.
Imogen believes when the time is right the lessons we need to learn and grow will appear to us. We are all spiritual beings here for a human experience and what we go through, the cards life deals us, are all opportunities for that education and growth which we can share with one another and make this world a better place for the generations to come.
I wish the reader takes from my stories the underlying messages and life lessons, learnt first by my own experiences, then retold through my characters (of course with the occasional embellishment and hyperbole).
Imogen is a wide reader. She’ll read just about anything if it hooks her. Though, she doesn’t mind her stories with some mystery, mind-bending riddles, twisting plots and a splash of romance.
When it comes to the big screen her favourite movies include; National Treasure (2004), Alita Battle Angel (2019), Hugo (2011), i-Robot (2004), The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (2013), and any Disney movie with a great soundtrack to sing along with.
With my writing I hope to help readers escape their reality and feel the magic I do when lost in a great book.
Born in Brisbane, Australia, Imogen has always lived in the land down under. When she isn’t writing she enjoys walking along the beautiful Queensland beaches or teaching a dance class.
My favourite quote of all time is:
Perhaps the journey isn’t so much about becoming anything. Maybe it is about un-becoming everything that isn’t really you, so you can be who you were meant to be in the first place.