Happy Book Birthday, S. A. Larsen!
Forget having a lively after school social life, Ebony Charmed is fighting to keep the entire afterlife alive.
Ebony’s less-than-average spirit tracking abilities are ruining more than sixth grade at Motley Junior High: School for the Psychically and Celestially Gifted. Her parents argue so much her dad's moved out. And, even though he’s scared of his own shadow and insists on bringing his slimy, legless lizard everywhere they go, Ebony wouldn’t survive without her best friend, Fleishman.
When Ebony’s Deadly Creatures & Relics’ project goes missing she learns her missing project is one of the keys to saving the spirit world.
Now Ebony and Fleishman must battle beasts from Norse mythology to retrieve her project before spirits are lost, the Well of Urd dries up, and Ebony loses all hope of reuniting her family. But someone lies in wait, and he has other plans…including creating a new world of spirits without them in it.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
S.A. LARSEN is the author of Motley Education, the first book in a middle grade fantasy-adventure series. Her work has appeared in numerous local publications and young adult anthologies, Gears of Brass and Under A Brass Moon by Curiosity Quills Press. Look for her debut young adult novel, Marked Beauty, set for release in 2017. Find her in the land of lobsters, snowy winters, and the occasional Eh’ya with her husband of over twenty years, four children, a playful pooch, and two kittens.
You can visit her online at www.salarsenbooks.com.
If you love middle grade or know someone who does,
hop on over to Sheri's blog HERE
for a chance to win your very own copy of Motley Education
a super cool set of Motley Mulisha Playing Cards!
Congratulations to Sheri!
Holy, Shannon! I just saw this link on Twitter. Thank you, thank you, thank you for doing this!!! Remember way back when... :) I can't tell you how much this means to me. I've missed you! <3
Hey, Alex! Thank you again, too.
Congrats, Sheri! *throws confetti*
Hi Shannon and Sheri - congratulations on your book's birthday ... and all the very best - cheers Hilary
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