So, this is a debut author edition unlike any other. Why is that? Well, two words - SCARY MERMAIDS. Super awesome, right? Anne Greenwood Brown's debut, Lies Beneath
, just hit shelves this month. We are so psyched she had a chance to chat with us about her dark mermaids, the gorgeous setting of Lake Superior, and her incredibly inspiration story how she came to be a published author. We also kick off the podcast with a very...special
.. discussion about lakes. This is a must listen so get downloading or hit play on our in browser player. You don't want to miss it!
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I am very intrigued by this book. Something I have not heard, though, is how much detail it has about Lake Superior. Is it something I should be seeking out as being "local interest" here in the U.P.? Or is it more set in the middle of the lake with no recognizable landmarks?ReplyDelete
Since it involves a human girl, it actually takes place on the shore. :) They're flexible mermaids. I think it'd be a fun local interest kind of book. I mean how often do you get a YA paranormal about dah UP?Delete
(Although, did you know that "The Goddess Test" starts off in the UP as well?)
Not often enough. :DDelete
(I think you'd mentioned it on "Never Gonna Grow Up.")