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83 Signed copy of Graffiti Moon – Cath Crowley – 2 of 2

Item: A signed copy of Graffiti Moon

Book Information: It’s the end of Year 12. Lucy’s looking for Shadow, the graffiti artist everyone talks about.

His work is all over the city, but he is nowhere.

Ed, the last guy she wants to see at the moment, says he knows where to find him. He takes Lucy on an all-night search to places where Shadow’s thoughts about heartbreak and escape echo around the city walls.

But the one thing Lucy can’t see is the one thing that’s right before her eyes.

Brief Bio: I didn’t write books straight after high school. I went to uni and studied radio production and literature. I became a teacher and taught English. I traveled overseas.

While I was in Europe I wrote letters to my brother, who later turned them into a musical called The Journey Girl. After that I studied professional writing at TAFE. I wrote articles for papers and magazines. Then finally I wrote The Life and Times of Gracie Faltrain and things took off from there.

Now I spend my time writing young adult fiction and fiction for younger children. I like reading, TV marathons, the planetarium, politics and hanging out with my friends.

82 Signed copy of Graffiti Moon – Cath Crowley – 1 of 2

Item: A signed copy of Graffiti Moon

Book Information: It’s the end of Year 12. Lucy’s looking for Shadow, the graffiti artist everyone talks about.

His work is all over the city, but he is nowhere.

Ed, the last guy she wants to see at the moment, says he knows where to find him. He takes Lucy on an all-night search to places where Shadow’s thoughts about heartbreak and escape echo around the city walls.

But the one thing Lucy can’t see is the one thing that’s right before her eyes.

Brief Bio: I didn’t write books straight after high school. I went to uni and studied radio production and literature. I became a teacher and taught English. I traveled overseas.

While I was in Europe I wrote letters to my brother, who later turned them into a musical called The Journey Girl. After that I studied professional writing at TAFE. I wrote articles for papers and magazines. Then finally I wrote The Life and Times of Gracie Faltrain and things took off from there.

Now I spend my time writing young adult fiction and fiction for younger children. I like reading, TV marathons, the planetarium, politics and hanging out with my friends.