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Meredith Efken

Like To Step Over The Edge Of Reality?

 

If you like women’s fiction with a touch of magical realism, like authors Alice Hoffman or Sarah Addison Allen, you’ll enjoy fiction author Meredith Efken’s new literary direction.

With her latest release, Lucky Baby, and future writings, she aims to explore how real life merges with the world of faith and the realm of the unexplainable. Her style of magical realism takes the rich emotions and complicated characters found in women’s fiction and adds a touch of the miraculous, the mythic, or the fantastic.



 
 
I have never been a person of impulsive action. I make plans. And back-up plans. And plans beyond that. Without them, I am Wen Ming, Doer of Stupid Things.

--Wen Ming, Lucky Baby
 

“Eloquent prose, startlingly real characters, and a storyline as unexpected as life itself.”

--Maureen Lang, author

 
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