Special Feature: Pirate Girl Falls Through Beaver Dam by Wren Godfrey Chapman

Today, LitNuts recommends Pirate Girl Falls Through Beaver Dam by Wren Godfrey Chapman, a memoir for anybody with a vagabond heart.  
With a strong female voice and a personal journey that spans the Carolinas, the Caribbean, and the Colorado Rockies, Chapman (aka Pirate Girl) describes a lifelong process of discovery through the adventurous lessons of Earth School.
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Praise for Pirate Girl Falls Through Beaver Dam
  • "A compelling tale of a woman's odyssey as she escapes the confines of a southern upbringing [and] a broken heart to reset her personal compass." -Richard Folsom, Indian Wood
  • "A treasure trove of intrepid adventures and daring escapades." -E.T. Baysden, The Chronicles of Willow Point 
  • 4.8 stars on Amazon
  • 4.7 stars on Goodreads

Wren Godfrey was born and raised in Fayetteville, North Carolina. She attended Western Carolina University before striking out for Key West, working on boats in the Bahamas, and experiencing the adventures she shares in her memoir. Along the way, she was a ski instructor, sea kayak guide, inn operator for outdoor enthusiasts, and “house flipper” for more than fifty years. She says people might be surprised to learn that she originally wanted to be a visual artist, not a writer. Today, she splits her time between an ancient house in Camden, South Carolina, and a log cabin on the shoulder of Mount Mitchell, the highest peak of the Appalachian Mountains.

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