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WEBBWEAVER BOOKS PROUDLY PRESENTS: SUSAN SMITH-JOSEPHY

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All Profits Donated to the National Center for Missing and Exploited ChildrenThe Creatures of Myth and Legend Bigfoot, Loch Ness Monster, Chupacabra. These are the names whispered by villagers and sailors and adventurers around the world. They fill the imagination with wonder and drive ordinary men mad in their quest to tame them. Join the Kindle All-Stars as they set off in search of the unseen. Journey with them into the heart of imagination itself, where the jungle grows dark and when something moves against you beneath the surface of the water, you dare not look. Susan Smith-Josephy is a writer, researcher and editor based in Quesnel, British Columbia. Her most recent project is the short story “The Ogopogo Club” which was selected to be part of the Kindle All Stars newest book “Carnival of Cryptids.” Susan has an ebook fiction anthology coming out later this year. Her first book, “Lillian Alling: the journey home” is a true account about a woman who, in the 1920s, walked from New York to Siberia via Canada and Alaska. Her next non-fiction book is about Jean Caux, the famed packer, who is known in British Columbia as Cataline.She is also researching some particularly gruesome British Columbian historical crimes. She has a degree in History from Simon Fraser University, and also studied journalism at Langara College. Susan has worked at various community newspapers throughout British Columbia as both a reporter and an editor.

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