Molly Lazer

Owl Eyes 

Nora's family have sadly passed away, but luckily she was adopted by the servants of a great house and they live in the kitchen house.After she discovers her father is actually the lord of the manor she is thrown into an ash filled room. With a possible romance on the horizon, is getting to the bottom of her past more important than her family and romance? And where does the knife fit into all this?I am a sucker for a good fairy tale and this Cinderella twist ticks all my boxes. This well-written and suspense filled novella is a great short read.Molly Lazer is an award winning author. 

Molly Lazer

Molly Lazer's first novel, Owl Eyes: A Fairy Tale, was published by Fire & Ice YA in 2018. This retelling of the Cinderella fairy tale has been a finalist for several awards, including the National Indie Excellence Awards and the Dante Rossetti Award. Her short story collection, Lentils in Black Rice: Myths and Fairy Tales, was released in 2019 and features 10 short stories and one novelette.​ Molly holds a Bachelor's degree in Theatre Arts and English from the University of Pennsylvania. From 2004 until 2008, she was an editor at Marvel Comics, where she worked on comic books such as Fantastic Four, Captain America, and New Avengers and was the editor of cult favorite comic book Spider-Girl. She returned to the University of Pennsylvania to receive a M.S.Ed. in Reading, Writing, and Literacy in 2009, and began a career as a high school reading, creative writing, and drama teacher. She also serves as a pro critiquer for Comics Connection, helping aspiring comic book writers finesse scripts for publication. ​In 2016, Molly received a MFA in Creative Writing from Rosemont College. Her short stories have been featured in literary magazines including Gone Lawn, Scissors & Spackle, Silver Blade, and Medical Literary Messenger. She lives outside Philadelphia with her husband and twin sons. 

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