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Michelle Scott has been a fiction junkie all of her life, but she didn’t start writing until junior high. Over the next decade, she wrote many (really awful) poems, short stories, and limericks.
A native Michigander, she attended Calvin College in Grand Rapids, earning her BA in psychology and meeting the guy of her dreams. After marrying said guy and spending two years doing nothing of great importance, she went on to earn an MFA at Wayne State University in Detroit. Fortunately, her writing improved considerably, and since that time she has published nearly a dozen short stories in a variety of magazines. The Dragons of Hazlett is her first novel.
Currently, she teaches English at a community college in southeastern Michigan and lives with her husband and three terrific children, all of whom are addicted to fiction as much as she.
on July 05, 2011 :
This book had an awesome take on vampires. One I would have never thought of. Awesome book and soo very worth the read!
(reviewed long after purchase)
on June 29, 2011 :
Blood Sisters by Michelle Scott is an enjoyable read and I thought the character of Starla was excellent.The saying the grass is greener on the other side definitely applies to Starla's situation.Blood Sisters was a good and highly enjoyable read that I would recommend to anyone who enjoys YA fantasy.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)