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Ginny Myers Sain



Ginny Myers Sain lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and has spent the past twenty years working closely with teens as a director and acting instructor in a program designed for high school students seriously intent on pursuing a career in the professional theatre. Having grown up in deeply rural America, she is interested in telling stories about resilient kids who come of age in remote settings.
 Dark and Shallow Lies is her debut novel. Follow her on Twitter @stageandpage and on Instagram @ginnymyerssain, or find her on her website at ginnymyerssain.com.

 

Genres: Young Adult Fantasy
 
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Series
Dark and Shallow Lies
   1. Dark and Shallow Lies (2021)
   2. Secrets So Deep (2022)
   3. One Last Breath (2024)
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