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About AJ Adams

Hi, thanks for clicking through. AJ is my pen name. In real life, I'm Ellen Whyte.

I'm Scottish-Dutch, married to Tom, an American from Michigan, and we live with our three rescue cats Target, Tic Tac and Inkie.
We live in Malaysia, a developing nation in Southeast Asia that lies almost on the equator. It's an exciting place with rapidly growing cities next to wild tropical forests. 

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