Kristi Petersen Schoonover is the author of the short story collection Skeletons in the Swimmin’ Hole—Tales from Haunted Disney, and her short fiction has appeared in Carpe Articulum Literary Review, Full of Crow, Eclectic Flash, The Adirondack Review, Barbaric Yawp, The Illuminata, Macabre Cadaver, Morpheus Tales, Citizen Culture, MudRock: Stories & Tales, New Witch Magazine, Spilt Milk, Toasted Cheese, and a host of others, including several anthologies. She has an MFA in Creative Writing from Goddard College and is the recipient of Norman Mailer Writers Colony Winter 2010 and 2011 Residencies. She hosts the paranormal fiction segment on The Ghostman & Demon Hunter Show broadcast and serves as an editor for Read Short Fiction. You can visit her online at www.kristipetersenschoonover.com.
Bad Appleby Kristi Petersen Schoonover
In a noble move to save the child from an existence like her own, Scree flees to a glitzy resort teeming with young men just ripe for the picking.
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After an unfortunate incident on a Maine apple orchard, precocious teen Scree is left with a father she's not sure is hers, a never-ending list of chores and her flaky brother's baby, who she is expected to raise.
In a noble move to save the child from an existence like her own, Scree flees to a glitzy resort teeming with young men just ripe for the picking. But even as life with baby becomes all she'd dreamed, Dali-esque visions begin to leach through the gold paint...
Bad Apple is a dark, surreal ride that proves not all things in an orchard are safe to pick.
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This is an interesting book about a young girl named Scree. She had loss her mother at a very young age and had to take care of herself basicly. Then her brother moves in with his baby girl and makes Scree raise her. She fell in love very soon after taking care of the baby as if it was her own. Scree had a very hard life with no childhood of her own and expected to take care of her family. I started this book and kept reading until the end wanting to know just what happens to Scree. Pick your book up today and find out, worth the read. Hat's off to Kristi!!!