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Melony Teague

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Melony Teague is a freelance writer who believes everyone has a story to tell and each story is unique and sometimes wilder than fiction. She loves to uncover the good news in society and writes human interest and community pieces. Melony is an editorial contributor for newspapers and magazines in the Greater Toronto Area. Melony’s guest columns address issues pertaining to the life and health of her community. She loves to inspire and motivate others through her written words. In her spare time she reviews books, and interviews authors. These reviews can be found on her website: melonyteague.com
Melony Teague was born in South Africa and immigrated to Canada in 1999. She lives in Toronto with her husband and their two children.

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Melony Teague I put on some music, works every time. Headphones on and away we go. If that does not work, I go to Starbucks. :-)
Melony Teague The best thing about being a writer, for me, is that I get to tell stories. I get to get out my journalist hat and ask questions where I normally…moreThe best thing about being a writer, for me, is that I get to tell stories. I get to get out my journalist hat and ask questions where I normally would not feel would be appropriate. I love interviewing people and getting to know them, who they really are, their motivation and inspiration.
I also love encouraging others and cheering them on, and if I can do that in my writing, then I am more than happy to do so.(less)
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Who knew when you set out to write a book that you would be required to know all sorts of things like how to upload a video to You Tube and how to make a book trailer.

Thankfully, learning these sorts of things is a whole lot of fun, even if I had to consult my 12 year old to help me!

On April 1sr, 2016 our book baby was released out into the wide world.

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"The Cupcake Dilemma is, in a word, ADORABLE!!!! And I don’t just mean the hunky hero, Ian. (Although he’s quite adorable too) Everything from the first person narrator with a touch of snark to the characters to the kitchen disasters to the romance..." Read more of this review »
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"This story was so FUN!! I ADORED it!!!!! I can usually take or leave novellas. They sometimes feel too rushed or incomplete. but not this one. It was full of romance, sass, smiles, laughs, and sugar ans spice. with a dash of smoky flavor.

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Renegades is the second book in the series written by Thomas Locke ( a.k.a. Davis Bunn). I loved, loved, loved the first book, Recruits. Having said that, I found that with a year in between books, it took me a while to get back into it where I could ...more
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Ok, so I could not put this one down, who needs sleep anyway? Aurelie Harcourt is one of a kind and she has a strong and rich imagination. A storyteller by nature learned from her father, it's fun to see how her mind works. Her insecurities and fears ...more
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Oh my goodness, make sure you set aside a day of no interruptions for the conclusion of the Snow Dualoligy. A fitting end to this pair of books because as much as I tried to guess what would happen, I did not even come close. Mary Weber is extremely ...more
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Patricia Mohney Thanks for the book recommendation, Melony. Pat M.


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