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Tanjlisa Marie
Tanjlisa Marie. Born in Chicago. Raised in Arkansas. Now living in t​he south suburbs of Chicago. Tanjlisa Marie graduated from the University of Phoenix with a Bachelor's of Science in Business Management. She is also a United States Air Force veteran. When Tanjlisa Marie isn't spending her time... show more

Tanjlisa Marie. Born in Chicago. Raised in Arkansas. Now living in t​he south suburbs of Chicago. Tanjlisa Marie graduated from the University of Phoenix with a Bachelor's of Science in Business Management. She is also a United States Air Force veteran. When Tanjlisa Marie isn't spending her time searching for fairies (which always turn out to be lightning bugs), she earns her living as a secretary for the federal government. Thinking of the future reading habits of her two young boys, Tanjlisa Marie first got the idea to write the saga, CODENAME FAIRY GODMOTHER, when she realized there were not a lot of young adult novels for both genders to enjoy. With the intent to entice more males to read, she sat and wrote REASSIGNED keeping in mind to include enough action for the young men, enough flirting for the young ladies, and a sophisticated page-turning plot to entertain adults. Her ultimate goal is to get the youth reading again and to embrace their smarts. There is no shame in getting high grades in school. Nerdy is the new cool. Start the nerd revolution!!
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Afterwords
Afterwords rated it 8 years ago
The world Tanjlisa created in CODENAME FAIRY GODMOTHER: REASSIGNED was so unique, like nothing I've ever read before. It was so complex yet easy to follow. Truly, world-wise, this book is a five star. But, there were some things that bothered me and prevented me from giving it a four or higher, and ...
The Reading Obsession
The Reading Obsession rated it 9 years ago
This book was the first book I won as a giveaway on Goodreads. Naturally, I was ecstatic.The idea of this book was very refreshing. I mean, fairy godmothers? Genius.In this story, the fairy godmothers do grant wishes, but only to children between five and puberty. They also have to pay a price. Late...
roxtao
roxtao rated it 9 years ago
The review was first published here: www.roxtao.comA few days ago, while talking to someone about the fantasy books published in the last period, I concluded that the original ideas are used-up and that anything published now has the same fantasy creatures, only shown in different presentations. We ...
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