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ANR is a preeminent author whose professional career began back in 2020 after her first published work, The Butterfly Project was released, but she’s been writing since 2017. 

Since then, she’s explored different writing genres and created a loyal group of fans who eagerly await her latest releases. With numerous bestsellers and awards to her name, ANR continues to push literary boundaries.

Coming from Lawrence County, Ohio, ANR published her first book just a week before her fifteenth birthday. Coming from a family of writers, her grandfather being the author of multiple published books, her mother is a freelance writer for their local newspaper, being a writer is just in her blood.

She has three younger sisters and two older brothers and currently lives on a homestead in Ohio, raising their six chickens, one rooster, two dogs, five rabbits, and one cat. 

The first book she ever published was The Butterfly Project on February 29, 2020.

ANR has been volunteering at the Lawrence County Museum since she was twelve years old and does beauty pageants in her free time. 

In 2017 ANR was diagnosed with depression and anxiety, both of these conditions only worsened up until the age of fifteen, where she found her outlet. As shown in some of her poetry,  ANR struggles daily with her mental health and tries to portray that in her writing. She runs a mental health blog and is fixed on helping others through her work. This is why all of her poetry books are completely free, alongside the resources she has to offer.

This site was made for helping people, alongside advertising. I mean, let's be real. But the second main reason for the existence of ANR's website is to reach people, and she wants people to know they are not alone, and she hopes to portray that in her writing above all else. 

But, on a less serious and goofier note, what are the fun facts about ANR? What are her favorite foods? When is her birthday? Can she cross her eyes? (yes) Click below to see all of her fun facts and goofy talents! 

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