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Michelle Ule

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Inspirational writer Michelle Ule is a native of San Pedro, California. She graduated from UCLA where she marched in the clarinet section of the band and wrote for the UCLA Daily Bruin.

Michelle is the author of three novellas and one novel. Her debut novella, “The Dogtrot Christmas,” was published in Barbour Publishing’s A Log Cabin Christmas Collection, September 2011 and appeared on The New York Times best seller list on October 2, 2011.

Using elements from her family history and her experience with military life, Michelle has written the Navy SEAL domestic romance Bridging Two Hearts, a post-Civil War novella called “An Inconvenient Gamble,” and another Christmas novella “The Gold Rush Christmas,” set during the 1897 Alaskan gold rush.

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Michelle Ule I keep writing; even if it isn't very good, I keep typing in the words. You put in enough hours, something will turn up.

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I keep writing; even if it isn't very good, I keep typing in the words. You put in enough hours, something will turn up.

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These ARE my dancing shoes!


You already know the value of regular exercise, but I’m going to explain how exercise has been so good for this particular writer’s body.

In late 2009, my hands stopped working effortlessly.


Simple things I’d done my whole life hurt, badly.


I couldn’t turn doorknobs without pain.


Scissors were a nightmare.


I could no longer hold a needle well enough to sew.


Forget weeding...

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Terrific.

Wise, witty, clever and like none of the other wonderful books Dale has written, Kiss of the Jewel Bird is a puzzle, a story about publishing and a fun, fun read.

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