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The Curse At Lilac Waters Paperback – February 27, 2017
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About the Author
Wilma Fleming has published short stories in several anthologies. She has also written many columns, articles, and musical reviews for newspapers as a lifestyle reporter and freelancer.
Fleming holds a bachelor’s degree from Houghton College and an associate’s degree from Empire State College. She is a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI) and a past member of the Creative Writers of Southern Tier (CWST) and the Florida Children’s Author Team (CAT).
Fleming directed summer writing workshops and worked as a substitute teacher for elementary and middle schools in New York and Florida. She is married, a mother of five, and writes from her home studio.
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The best part was when the purple troll Trolina was trespassing in to Goatsland.
Another interesting part was when Troelina’s boyfriend, Fole, accidentally reveals himself to Eric.
Eric is a city boy from New Jersey who is not too happy about living at his dad’s place in Florida in the middle of nowhere.
His parents are divorced, so he must spend the school year, but Eric hates being a misfit without his own friends.
I would highly recommend to read it .