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.
Michelle 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.
Michelle 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 still working on New Eden. She is also currently working on another 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 Facets.” When she gets a creative urge, it's not unusual for her to stay awake all night to develop an idea.