About Author Johan Twiss
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Dear Brilliant Reader,
First things first. Please join my Reader Club (it's a lot of fun) and gain insider access to giveaways, sales, book recommendations, funny stories, and upcoming releases.
Now that we have that bit of housekeeping out of the way and you've joined the club (go you!), let me officially introduce myself. My name is Johan Twiss. (Pronounced Yo-Han. Just pretend you saw Han Solo and called out, "Yo, Han, what's up?" There, you've got it down.)
This is my "look at me I'm a professional," picture.
Some things you should know about me are...
(yeah, that pic goes way back)
(The family band back when the kids were little.)
On a more serious note, I'm a modern day abolitionist who supports the work of anti-human trafficking NGO's worldwide. I've written a novella about human trafficking in Cambodia titled 30 Red Dresses. There are many forms of human trafficking, and this story touches on one of the saddest ways children are exploited. But through my experience with NGO's and interviewing survivors, my book focuses on the success, aftercare, and hope for trafficking victims and ending slavery in our world.
JOIN THE FIGHT AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING TODAY!
I invite you to learn more about the reality of human trafficking in our world and how you can combat this modern slavery by visiting these NGO's that I support.
International Justice Mission
Operation Underground Railroad
Free the Slaves
Johan Twiss is an award-winning author who is passionate about writing clean science fiction and fantasy stories that are not only exciting, but suitable for tweens, teens, and adults alike. He has over nine published works, including his award-winning novel, 4 Years Trapped in My Mind Palace, and the I Am Sleepless series. He is the recipient of the Lonestar.Ink Rising Star Award and was a finalist in the Screencraft Cinematic Book Competition.