As she sets out on an overnight group hike in the Adirondacks, Bridget's mind is muddled with middle school worries. But soon she and her friends get caught up in the plan to stage a moose sighting to outwit the boys on the trip. Nothing can prepare her or the others, though, for what they are about to see. It's a fright that has them up all night, wondering about dead ends and new beginnings. Enjoy this new, autumn adventure and familiar characters that readers have come to love from Soft Shoulders and Dangerous Falls Ahead.
Liza Frenette is an author and journalist. She's also a mom of one daughter, Jasmine, and she comes from a family of NINE children who all grew up in Tupper Lake, NY in the Adirondack Mountains. Later, she went to college, where she earned a journalism degree from the State University of New York at Morrisville. She went on to write and take photographs for different newspapers throughout northern New York, and has also written for magazines, including Reader's Digest, Adirondack Life Magazine, Hudson Valley Magazine and Yankee Homes. She also earned a bachelor's degree in English with a journalism minor, and then a master's degree in English in the creative writing program - both from the University at Albany. She currently writes for a monthly news magazine, NYSUT United, where she has interviewed and written about Pulitzer-prize winning author Frank McCourt, and young adult author Laurie Halse Anderson. Every summer, Liza works as a faculty member at the New York State Young Writer's Institute at Skidmore College, which is part of the New York State Writers Institute.