The Baddest Girl on the Planet (Hardcover)
Now here’s a fun and clever read you are destined to enjoy. The self-proclaimed Baddest Girl on the Planet, Evie Austin, just happens to live on Hatteras Island. Known as “Easy Evie" in high school, now single mom Evie is trying to pull her life together. Her honest reflections on mistakes made, a maybe not-so-terrible childhood, and — strangely — Mike Tyson, showcase a fresh voice in fiction writing.
Author Heather Frese is sure to delight you with her playful use of language and her storytelling chops.— Peggy
Until now, Outer Banks native Evie Austin has been the baddest girl on the planet. What comes next?
About the Author
Heather Frese's fiction, essays, and poetry have appeared in Michigan Quarterly Review, the Los Angeles Review, Front Porch, the Barely South Review, Switchback, and elsewhere, earning notable mention in the Pushcart Prize Anthology and Best American Essays. She received her master's degree from Ohio University and her M.F.A. from West Virginia University. Coastal North Carolina is her longtime love and source of inspiration, her writing deeply influenced by the wild magic and history of the Outer Banks. She currently writes, edits, and wrangles three small children in Raleigh, North Carolina.
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