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About the author:
Ever since I can remember, I've loved writing. I started from writing "books" by drawing pictures and scribbling misspelled words on pieces of paper, and eventually moved on to typing stories on the computer. At 11 I wrote my first full-length book, and at 13 I wrote another, much larger novel. A few others have come to life at the tips of my fingers since then, yet as much as I love to write I've stuck to my saying, "There's a difference between writing a novel, and writing a novel and still having a life." But really, the only things I love more than writing would be my family, friends, and animals of course! Hence the fact that most of my novels are anthropomorphic. I wrote Mourning Grove when I was 18.


Mourning Grove

Authored by Erin Marty

Upon the Great Plains, during a time that only our ancient ancestors could know, there lives a species that thrives in seas of herds: bison, or Free-Roamers, as they call themselves. The Ice Age has ended, and with the birth of today's modern bison, Prairie, a calf, is nestled in the heart of the plains in a valley known as the Sun Bowl. It is there where she grows up, but under an array of unnerving circumstances--the mysterious vanishings of several male calves, including her close friend Thicken--she leaves the safety of her homelands and travels out into the vastness of the Great Plains. Soon finds herself traveling the distant lands to fulfill a promise, and possibly a strange lore. Unbeknownst to her, Thicken and her father Blackmor, the leader of a famous bachelor-group, are working to settle things with the strangers who steal young bulls. A storm of unusual events is churning that could defy their species' future, and that has always intertwined Prairie with a rather eccentric family tree.

Publication Date:
1442151269 / 9781442151260
Page Count:
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Fantasy / Epic

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