Marie-Ange Faugérolas is an award-winning French author, speaker and screenwriter.

Marie-Ange published more than 13 books, and specializes in thriller, horror, drama, mystery and esoteric. In 2003, she won the Jury Award of the Literary Prize organized by the Ministry of Interior of France for Le Quadrille des Épatants. Her biography of Théophile Gautier: l’homme des femmes won the Award of Excellence at the Étretat Literary competition.

She made guest appearances in France biggest television channels during prime time (TF1, France 2, Canal +), gave lectures at the University of Quebec, University of Paris-Sorbonne and Pepperdine University. Her books are in the libraries of Harvard, Yale, Princeton and Stanford amongst others.

She has a Bachelor of Art and Archeology from the University of Paris-Sorbonne in Paris. Marie-Ange worked as a teacher for seven years, ran a successful seminar company and sold scripts to Hollywood.