• Ryanne Harper

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Today I'm changing things up a little. No categories, no running my mouth about James Patterson. Well, maybe a little bit of that. I can't help it. Today, I'm plugging one book. Fall: An Ermahgerd Merstery is officially out today! I'm super excited about it because, the proverbial cat is out of the bag, I'm Smoky Lynx. Duh. And my writing partner is one of my besties. We had a blast writing this book and I already can't wait for Winter. And not just because I love winter in real life. So, what is Fall: An Ermahgerd Merstery? Well, it's a mystery series based entirely on a joke made in poor taste while standing in the true crime section of Dickson Street Bookshop. We then took this joke and ran with it.

Fall follows Kimmy, a twelve-year-old girl, as she navigates the sometimes difficult world of junior high. Dealing with cliques, learning to no-bake like a champ, joining band, who to sit with at lunch; ya' know, all the normal junior high stuff. All while finding an absurd number of dead bodies. We wanted to write a mystery series that was also hilarious. I think (I really, really hope) we achieved our goal. If you, like us, love the '90s, have a fondness for R.L. Stine style ridiculous murders, or have an interest in Irish recipes, Fall: An Ermahgerd Merstery is definitely the book for you. And, hey, even if you don't like that stuff, buy it anyway. I'm trying to get that Jimmy Pat money, y'all. One $6.99 book at a time.

So, where do you buy it? I'm so glad you asked. Here's the link. I hope you enjoy but, if you don't, still leave a review. Twenty reviews is the magic number on Amazon. So, let us know what you think!

*Side note: we did include some Magic: The Gathering stuff without actually knowing anything about Magic: The Gathering. So, if you're a Magic player, we apologize. Sincerely. If we get more into the Magic stuff in later books, we promise to consider doing research first.

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