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Benjamin Ludwig - Author

About the Author

A life-long teacher of English and writing, Benjamin Ludwig lives in New Hampshire with his family. He holds an MAT in English Education and an MFA in Writing. Shortly after he and his wife married they became foster parents and adopted a teenager with autism. Ginny Moon is his first novel, which was inspired in part by his conversations with other parents at Special Olympics basketball practices.

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Ginny Moon

Ginny Moon

Author: Benjamin Ludwig Format: eBook Release Date: 01/06/2017

The story of a lost girl searching for her forever home... Everyone tells Ginny that she should feel happy. After years in foster care, fourteen year old Ginny is finally with parents who will love her. Yet despite finding her forever family, she knows she will never stop crafting her Big Secret Plan of Escape. Because something heartbreaking happened a long time ago - something that only Ginny knows - and nothing will stop her going back to put it right... A fiercely poignant, inspirational story of a lost girl making sense of a world that just doesn't seem to add up - Ginny Moon will change everyone who spends time with her.

Sourdough

Sourdough

Author: Benjamin Ludwig Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 30/12/2014

Lucas has inherited his mother's bakery, as well as her obsession for baking sourdough: a bread conceived by wild strains of yeast, and ripened until its flavor becomes both pungent and startling. Running the family business was a safe bet for Lucas, and a lucrative one at that; but when he finds that his soul has become infused with the same untamable character of the sourdough itself, he discovers that a safe bet can be the most dangerous thing a person can dare to make.