Sonja Lewis has appeared on national television and radio in the US, including CNN and The Tom Joyner Morning Show. Also, she has appeared on morning and evening news shows in Georgia, DC, Virginia, New York and Pennsylvania and articles have been written about her in UK, US and Canada – The Voice, Canadian Free Press, Albany Herald, The Indianapolis Star and Toronto Star.
Sonja Lewis is a former newspaper journalist for The Albany Herald (Georgia, US) and has also written for The Guardian (UK). Since 2004, she has run a successful communications consultancy. She writes a weekly column for website. Also, she has published two novels, The Barrenness in 2011 and The Blindsided Prophet in 2013, and a collection of short stories, The Seasons, in 2014.
She has extended experience in public sector communications with Girl Scouts of the USA, the American Red Cross, The World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts, Habitat for Humanity International, the Royal Institute for the Blind and others. She is a member of the Society of Authors and English PEN and she also provides communications support to Pocket Living. Lewis holds a BA in journalism from Valdosta State University, Georgia, USA and a MA from University of Westminster, London, England. She resides with her husband in London.
Both her novels, The Barrenness and The Blindsided Prophet and her collection of short stories, The Seasons, can be purchased through most online retailers including Amazon and Barnes & Nobles.com. Also, e-books are available on Smashwords, Amazon, Apple, Sony, Kobo, Barnes & Nobles and Diesel stores.
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