Genre: Horror/Paranormal - Science Fiction/Fantasy - Romance

Meet The Author

A full professor at the University of Maryland (UMUC), Anne Carlisle teaches online writing courses worldwide to U.S. military students. She also teaches writing for American Intercontinental University as an online adjunct. Anne’s PhD is in 19th Century British Literature from Case Western Reserve University, where she was on the faculty, later serving as a dean for Golden Gate University in San Francisco.
Anne’s earlier novels include The Siren’s Tale and The Fire Night Ball.  She also authored a best-selling trade book on writing, Every Manager an Effective Writer. This was followed by dozens of feature articles and theatrical reviews for Solares Hill, a weekly magazine in Key West, Florida.
Her writing awards include two graduate fellowships, a prize in poetry, a collegiate newspaper-writing award from the ANPA, and an award from the National Writers Club for a novel manuscript.
Like the main character in Birdwoman, Anne migrates between homes in Key West and the West.

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Birdwoman:
Memoirs of a Lovesick Siren

by Anne Carlisle,
$3.99 ebook,
$14.95 paperback


The paranormal and modern love are brewed together in this romantic coming-of-age saga about a 23-year-old siren-in-human-form. Destiny Dragoman (the word "dragoman" means interpreter or guide) possesses the gift of eidetic memory, mindreading, and musical genius -- not to mention vestigial wings hidden under her shoulder blades. She flies like a migratory bird between Pinnacle, Wyoming, and Key West, Florida. Although Destiny’s predatory powers outmatch any human’s, she experiences heartbreak over and over again. She lives under the shadow of a family curse -- the women can have any man they like, so long as they like him dead.
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