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Naked & Famous out now!
Sixteen-year-olds Harlan, Brooks, and Don't-Call-Me-Tiffany-Sue T. S. have zilch to do during their summer in a podunk Southern swamp town. T. S., who'd give a lesser toe (or maybe pose in Playboy) to escape, hits on an idea: if a bad tabloid can play cut-and-paste with Bigfoot photos, why can't they serve up the real thing? But as sightings spiral out of control, Brooks finds himself playing her fake boyfriend—and wishing he were the real thing. When money doesn't rain down as planned, Harlan begins to have doubts. But Brooks is crushing hard, and T. S. still wants more . . .
A speculative fiction author and journalist, Elizabeth Broadbent lives in the second-snarkiest city in the South, a wickedly haunted horror hotspot, though her heart is buried somewhere in South Carolina's swamps. After obtaining an MFA in creative writing from the University of South Carolina, she quit a PhD program in composition and rhetoric to stay home and play with words. Her life bears an uncomfortable resemblance to Malcolm in the Middle. Read more about her here. You can also check out her speculative fiction, poetry, journalism, and book reviews.
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