E.G. FOLEY is the pen name for a husband-and-wife writing team who live in Pennsylvania. They have been finishing each other's sentences since they were teens, so it was only a matter of time until they were writing together, too.
"E" is a 7th-8th grade teacher of students who regularly use more than 10% of their brains, world traveler, ice cream connoisseur, and martial arts enthusiast. "G" loves big books and small fluffy creatures, and if she hadn't become a writer, would have pursued a career as either a princess or a spy - or possibly both! With four million copies of her books sold in fifteen languages around the world, she has been hitting bestseller lists with her historical fiction for grown-up ladies for many years.
Visit us on the web at www.EGFoley.com.
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VideosThe Lost Heir Trailer
Official book trailer for THE LOST HEIR, Book 1 of The Gryphon Chronicles series for ages 10 & Up, by NYT Bestselling author E.G. Foley. See www.EGFoley.com for more info.50 States of Fear! by E.G. Foley
In the great American tradition of the spooky campfire tale, New York Times bestselling author E.G. Foley presents 50 STATES OF FEAR!, a frightful-but-funny paranormal series for kids, set in all 50 States! From Civil War ghosts in Alabama to weird Wyoming cowboy legends, there's always something to scream about in Ahhhh!-merica. Hooray for the Red, White, and BOO! Visit EGFoley.com for more info.
The Dork and the Deathray (50 States of Fear: Alaska)
by E.G. Foley
When seventh-grader Gabby Reynolds arrives in Alaska, tagging along with her famous dad to prep for his next wildlife documentary, she finds herself entangled in a life-or-death adventure, where the stakes are nothing less than the entire future of America…
The Dark Portal (The Gryphon Chronicles, Book 3)
by E.G. Foley
A Dark Presence
Something stalks a quaint town in the misty mountains of Wales, attacking humans and magic folk alike. Jake and his friends must get to the bottom of it—and in the land of deep, dwarven mines, the bottom can be very dark, indeed.
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