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Felicia Lee

Felicia Lee is a native of Elberton, Georgia. She graduated from Elbert County Comprehensive High School and later attended Augusta State University where she graduated in 2005 with a BBA in Management.

Felicia developed a passion for writing in middle school and would often write as a way to pass time. She wrote her first short story in seventh grade as part of a class assignment, which further fueled her interest in writing.

Her mother, Eva Jackson, was the first to notice her passion and encouraged her to continue writing. After receiving a poem on father’s day titled “My Daddy’s Flower,” her father, Larkin Lee, also encouraged her to continue writing.

In addition to writing, Felicia loves to participate in events that give back to the community. She places high value on helping those that are in need and continuously stresses the importance of reading to children while encouraging them to be their very best!


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Release Date:
June 15, 2017
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