I am not a native Georgian — I was born and raised in Iowa, home to awesome people, real dirt, corn, pigs, sheep and a lot of good memories. But for the last 17 years I’ve been in Georgia so that *almost* makes me a resident.
I live outside Atlanta (OTP — that acronym will make sense in a minute) and venture downtown a few times a year. Usually by the train system, which I actually like. Which is one of the reasons I set the Demon Trappers series in this city.
But for those of you who haven’t been to Atlanta and only know a few tidbits about the place (yes, this is one of the towns General Sherman burnt during the Civil War) here’s a fun article to tell you all about it. Or at least 21 words that mean something different in my town than in yours.
*True Confession Time – Being from Iowa, I drink Pepsi because I think Coke isn’t that good. Coupled with my dislike of Georgia’s most favorite book (Margaret Mitchell’s GONE WITH THE WIND) I’m skirting treason down here.
Jana is an international & multi-award winning author in several genres including young adult, paranormal romance and urban fantasy.