Chicago, IL (PRWEB) January 16, 2012
Author Erin Sankey tells a mesmerizing mermaid “tail” of surprises and magic with the release of NaLee, the first book of a series. This book unravels the enchanting secrets behind a magic mermaid with golden blond hair, the most fascinating violet eyes, and the most striking features—as if she glows in bronze beauty.
Some of the most tragic events can lead to the most interesting life that anyone could ever imagine. NaLee narrates one of those stories. This book follows one young boy’s escapades as heartbreaking events suddenly let him embark on a journey into the world of magic. When Frances’ parents are taken in a tragic accident he is brought by his estranged maternal grandmother to her private island off of the coast of Florida in the Carribean Sea. Never did he imagine that he was in for the surprise of his life as he began to witness things that he never dreamed existed. He encounters events he never knew could take place, and meets the angel-like mermaid beauty, NaLee. What exciting adventures will follow? A challenge of friendship and love awaits readers.
A tale of tragedy to triumph, NaLee draws readers into a world of mystery, mayhem, piracy, surprise, and a private island full of secrets.
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About the Author
Erin Julia Sankey was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. She attended Sacred Heart Grammar School, and then graduated from Good Counsel High School. She proceeded to get her certification in Massage Theraphy. Erin has always had a flair for telling a good tale. Her favorite characters have always been mermaids and other sea dwellers. Erin resides with her family who have been most encouraging with her writing of the NaLee Trilogy. Erin feels that mermaids have not had the representation that they deserve in the field of fiction; she wants to make the contribution to enhance the mermaid presence.
NaLee * by Erin Sankey
Publication Date: November 13, 2010
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 341 pages; 978-1-4535-7700-4
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 341 pages; 978-1-4535-7701-1
eBook; $5.99; 978-1-4535-7702-8
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