Stephanie Lennox is an ward-winning author, speaker, transmedia producer & founder of The Authorship Program®, which helps writers conquer fear in their creative lives in just 12 weeks. You can find her at www.stephanielennox.com.
Stephanie Lennox is an award-winning author, creative director of Lennox Media and creator of the popular 12 week online course, The Authorship Program®. Her works have been featured in The Bookseller, The Guardian, TimeOut, The Southbank Centre, ITV News as well as in several other national publications.
Stephanie Lennox has written over 160 stories, poems and plays throughout her lifetime. Her works have been promoted in publications such as the Guardian newspaper and TimeOut on numerous occasions.
In 2009, one of her works became a screenplay, then a short movie, which was premiered in cinemas all across London to guests such as Anne Hathaway and Jason Isaacs.
She studied Creative Writing at Oxford University, and her debut novel, "I Don't Remember You" was long-listed for the Polari First Book Prize in 2011.
In May 2014, she launched her latest book, "The Authorship Program®" - a revolutionary 12-week immersive experience that uses spirituality and personal development to help writers conquer fear in their creative lives.
She is also currently working on a thriller-memoir with the working title of "Evita", which has already been hailed by an Oxford Professor as: "Unusually good...some darn good reading!". She lives in London with her fiancee. For more information, you can visit her at www.stephanielennox.com.
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