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Ellie Terry

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Ellie Terry grew up in South Dakota, Arizona, and Nevada as the second of eight children. She currently lives in the desert of southern Utah with her husband and three creative kids. Her debut middle-grade novel, FORGET ME NOT, is out now from Feiwel & Friends/Macmillan.

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Ellie Terry Hello there! It depends on who you ask. The name Calliope is of Greek origin and I believe they pronounce it as K-ah-lee-OH-pee. But many…moreHello there! It depends on who you ask. The name Calliope is of Greek origin and I believe they pronounce it as K-ah-lee-OH-pee. But many English-speaking name gurus will insist it is pronounced as K-uh-LYE-uh-pee. In an early draft of the novel, I attempted to explain the pronunciation issues associated with the name, but ended up editing that page out due to pacing. (less)
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I’ve thought about writing this blog post for several weeks now. Thought about what I would say about my sweet friend when she passed away. I had heard that she wasn’t doing well, that she was losing her long battle with cancer, and I knew I wanted to write a blog post and tell the world about her–to honor her after she would be gone, I just didn’t know when that would be . . . well, as much...

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