ABOUT THE AUTHOR - Michelle Wynne
Michelle is a 76-year old divorced Christian Country Lady who finally has her children raised so she can pursue a writing career. She has many creative ideas, each using a different backdrop. Her stories have realistic characters, are well researched, and acknowledgments made when needed.
Michelle has taken every English and/or writing course available at the local community college, maintaining a 4.0 grade point average. Her professors told her she excels in being able to tell a story through dialogue; and one of her writing assignments may be used in a future English textbook. She wrote a 3000-word essay using the poem, "Little Red Wagon," which only contains 15 words. By researching the poem, and looking up each word in the dictionary, she created a very unique connection.
Rachel has worked in an office since she was 14 years old. Her senior year in high school, she held down two part-time jobs, as well as managed to graduate with honors. As time permitted, she continued her education by taking night courses.
When she was employed for a national company in Tampa, Florida, she published their monthly newsletter. She never missed a deadline; and her efforts were praised by her supervisors, co-workers, colleagues, and the retirees who received the Newsletter. She has won awards for her poetry; and her writing has received rave reviews from friends and professors.
Rachel is a serious-minded, well-organized, dedicated writer who has one book published: The Gypsy Cried and now, this book:Take a Chance ...True Love Waits.. She has also written and will seek publication for a children’s book: The Life and Times of Macy the Katt,. She is in the process of getting Protected Heart published. She is still working on New Eden. She is also currently working on another d endeavor: "Lotto Love." She has at least a dozen novels outlined, waiting for the time to get them written, including “Enraptured Mistress”.and a book of her poetry, “Michelle’s s Facets.” When she gets a creative urge, it's not unusual for her to stay awake all night to develop an idea.