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- March 24, 2017

How a poetry-writing teen became the heroine

Author Lauren Horowitz sheds 'Light' on her fantasy trilogy

by Anna Medina

Hollywood screenwriter and novelist Lauren Horowitz may no longer live in Atherton, but her experiences growing up along the Midpeninsula fueled her inspiration for the poetry-writing female heroine in her award-winning "Light Trilogy" — a young adult fantasy series infused with lyrical prose, nail-biting adventure and a hidden world of mythical beings.

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