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April Holloway

April Holloway

April Holloway is a Co-Owner, Editor and Writer of Ancient-Origins. She is also a guest writer on Epoch Times and iSpectrum Magazine. She completed a Bachelor of Science (Psychology) degree and published research in the field of Educational Psychology. She has has a rich and varied career, ranging from teaching children with autism in an early intervention program, owning and operating an online English teaching business, working as a research and project officer for a royal family, and co-owning a website design and development company.  In her spare time she conducts research into ancient civilizations and mythology. For privacy reasons, April chooses to write under a pen name. 

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