Author: Michele Bacon

Antipodes…by Michele Bacon

Antipodes…by Michele Bacon

In geography, the antipode (/ænˈtɪpədiː/) of any spot on Earth is the point on Earth’s surface diametrically opposite to it; the antipodes of a region similarly represent the area opposite it.   High school student Erin’s life is in shambles after a run of bad luck. She is worried that she will not have what it takes to get into a top college. She decides to opt for a work-study program in New Zealand to add to her résumé.   It’s evident from the beginning that Erin leads a privileged life in America. When she arrives in New Zealand she is taken aback by her host family’s small, cold, house. Erin often comes across as spoiled and bratty.   This was one of three recent books I read that take place in New Zealand. The scenery seems amazing and New […]

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Antipodes…by Michele Bacon-Blog Tour

Posted March 25, 2018 by Karen in Book Tours, Books / 1 Comment
Antipodes…by Michele Bacon-Blog Tour

  We are super excited to be part of the Antipodes blog tour! We had a chance to do a Q&A with author Michele Bacon.    Q&A 1.What inspired you to write Antipodes? ​​The landscape and people of New Zealand. I loved living there, and would have stayed forever, had I been able. ​​ ​​2.Could you explain what an antipode is and how it relates to the story? ​​An antipode is a direct or exact opposite, and many of Erin’s experiences in New Zealand are opposite to those in the States. ​Australia and New Zealand are called The Antipodes, because they appear to be on the opposite side of the Earth from most other landmasses, so both definitions are relevant to my book. To find your own town’s antipode on a globe, swap the N/S of your latitude and add/subtract […]

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