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Philip Hahn

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Chanda Hahn is an American young adult fantasy writer.[1][2]

Background[edit]

Hahn was born in Seattle, Washington. Her father wasSteven Trujillo. She attended the University of Minneapolis, MN for children's ministries. Shortly after, she became a certified minister. On June 8th, 2002, she married Philip Hahn and moved to the suburbs of Chicago. There, she became a children's librarian. She then moved to Portland, Oregon, in 2011 with her husband and her twin children, and published her novel UnEnchanted, which later became part of her Unfortunate Fairy Tales series.

Career[edit]

After graduating high school, Hahn became an employee at Barnes and Noble Booksellers. After attending the university of Minneapolis, MN, she became a minister for her church and later became a children's librarian when she moved to Chicago.[3] After having her twin children she became a stay at home mom, and wrote her first novel The Iron Butterfly and became a self-published author after being rejected by other publishing agencies.[4] Shortly after that, she wrote the sequel to her first novel, The Steele Wolf. After her and her family's move to Portland Oregon, she published her novel, UnEnchanted, and started the Unfortunate Fairy Tale series.

Accomplishments[edit]

Over the course of Hahn's writing career, she's earned the title of New York Times bestselling E-book author for Reign[5], and a USA Today bestselling author also for the Unfortunate Fairy Tale series.

References[edit]

  1. Hahn, Chanda. "About Me". Chanda Hahn: NYT & USA Today Bestselling Author. Chanda Hahn. Retrieved 16 November 2017.
  2. "eBook Preorders Help Indie Authors Hit Bestseller Lists". Huffington post. Retrieved 16 November 2017.
  3. Hahn, Chanda. "About Me". Chanda Hahn: NYT & USA Today Bestselling Author. Chanda Hahn. Retrieved 16 November 2017.
  4. Hahn, Chanda. "FAQ's". Chanda Hahn: NYT & USA Today Bestselling Author. Chanda Hahn. Retrieved 16 November 2017.
  5. "E-Book Fiction". The New York Times. The New York Times. Retrieved 19 November 2017.

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