Former OU Arts student nominated for the People’s Book Prize

Annaliese MatheronAnnaliese Matheron gained an Open University degree in English literature and language – something that rekindled an interest in creative writing. Invigorated, the confessed bookworm went on to pen an adventure story for children called Ninja Nan and Sidekick Grandad.

She homeschools her children and will look at Open University courses for them in the future.

For more on studying the Arts with the OU, click here.

Voting for the People’s Book Prices begins on March 1st.

The full story can be found here.

For more information on other books published by the author visit http://www.annaliesematheron.com/.

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