A contemporary fiction author who enjoys writing novels that leave readers thinking about the real world applications of important themes within her works.
Bio: Julie Hall is a social service worker who is passionate about creating opportunities for continuing education and advancements within the healthcare field. She is a Humber College alumni, and is currently completing her Honours Bachelor of Applied Science in Community Social Services at the University of Guelph-Humber. She was born and raised outside the city of Toronto, ON. and started practicing creative writing as soon as she knew how to write her name. She had her first self-published novel, Keep Quiet, compete as a finalist in the Toronto International Book Fair at the age of 16.
Infinitely Small Things started as a self-care project while working on the front line of the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Literary Inspiration: The philosophical ideas of Ralph Waldo Emerson
Genre: Contemporary fiction Writes for: Adults