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MELISA E. ARNOLD was born in Dangriga, Belize, Central America, and has been writing stories since she was a young girl. Her family says she was always creating stories, and she remembers that she continuously won essay-writing competitions in school. She is a thrice-published poet but has always felt that she had at least "one great novel" in her that needed to be written ...more
Paperback, 320 pages
Published October 15th 2015 by Xlibris
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MELISA E. ARNOLD was born in Dangriga, Belize, Central America, and has been writing stories since she was a young girl. Her family says she always created stories and always won essay-writing competitions in school. She is a thrice-published poet but has always felt that she had at least “one great novel” in her that needed to be written. This book is the result of her collaboration with fellow B ...more