Persephone’s Orchard (The Chrysomelia Stories #1) by Molly Ringle @mollyringle #spotlight

Persephone’s Orchard (The Chrysomelia Stories #1)

by Molly Ringle 



The Greek gods never actually existed. Did they? Sophie Darrow finds she was wrong about that assumption when she’s pulled into the spirit realm, complete with an Underworld, on her first day at college. Adrian, the mysterious young man who brought her there, simply wants her to taste a pomegranate.  

Soon, though she returns to her regular life, her mind begins exploding with dreams and memories of ancient times; of a love between two Greeks named Persephone and Hades. But lethal danger has always surrounded the immortals, and now that she’s tainted with the Underworld’s magic, that danger is drawing closer to Sophie. 

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Molly Ringle


Molly Ringle has been writing fiction for over twenty years. With her intense devotion to silly humor, she was especially proud to win the grand prize in the 2010 Bulwer-Lytton Fiction Contest with one (intentionally) terrible sentence. Her academic studies include a bachelor of arts in anthropology (University of Oregon, Clark Honors College) and a master of arts in linguistics (University of California, Davis). Molly lives in Seattle with her husband and kids, and worships fragrances and chocolate.

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Blog interview: On being a small-press author at Central Avenue Publishing, August 2012

Audio: Molly talks to Canadian radio show “Definitely Not the Opera” about winning the Bulwer-Lytton Fiction Contest, November 2011

Video: Molly’s appearance on “Art Zone with Nancy Guppy”, September 2010

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