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Angie Sage Biography

Angie Sage is the author of books like Septimus Heap: Magyk and Araminta Spookie.
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Author of the best-selling Septimus Heap books, Angie Sage is back on the literary scene with her magical tale of Araminta Spookie. Get the goods on this talented writer right here!

Angie Sage - Writing Dreams

As a little girl, Angie Sage loved writing stories, accompanied with her very own illustrations. Since her dad worked in the publishing industry, he would bring home bound books with blank pages for Angie to fill with her tales and drawings. Her first published books were geared towards toddlers and have titles like Red Ball, Yellow Lolly and Blue Hat.

Angie Sage - Magyk in the Air

After publishing dozens of books for babies, Angie Sage wrote her first novel in 2005. Septimus Heap: Magyk was the first book in Angie's Septimus Heap trilogy. It was quickly followed up with Septimus Heap: Flyte in 2006 and fans can look forward to the third and final installment, Septimus Heap: Physik, to arrive on book store shelves in April 2007. The various locations in the Septimus books are based on Angie Sage's hometown of Cornwall, England.

Angie Sage - My Haunted House

Following the success of Angie Sage's Septimus Heap books, she has released a new series called Araminta Spookie. These books are geared toward a younger audience but are still lots of fun - following the escapades of Araminta in her big, old, haunted mansion!

Angie Sage - Did U Know?

  • Angie Sage's own house is home to three ghosts - but they are quite shy!
  • Angie Sage made a living as an illustrator before she made the move into writing.
  • Angie Sage owns a boat named Muriel, just like the one in the Septimus Heap books.
  • Angie Sage has two daughters. Her favorite book to read to them when they were kids was Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak.
  • Angie Sage's favorite color is blue.
  • Angie Sage Says...
    "I wanted to show that families can still be close to each other and care for each other even though they live apart." - About the Heaps in her Septimus Heap novels.

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