ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Melanie S. Wolfe was born in Kansas City, Missouri in 1971 where she lived until the age of nine when her mother moved to Northeastern Oklahoma. She became a military wife at the age of eighteen and moved all over the world, volunteering for Army Community Services and dedicating her time to families abroad who needed help assimilating to a new culture. Later, she moved back to Oklahoma and Melanie studied Liberal Arts at the University of Oklahoma. She also founded and co-founded two startups.
She is now the author of several titles, including: The Last Life of Emma Taylor (2010), Ashes at Woodstock (2012), Living with John Wayne (2014) and several other works coming to the market soon. Melanie also writes under the pen name Beatrice B. Blue.
Melanie's reading and writing tastes are eclectic and all over the place; from the dark and demented to enchanted magical lands to the sweet and innocent in the real world to non-fiction--she loves it all. But, lately, her writing has been focused around social injustice, environmental and human rights issues and brought about in a compelling story.
On a personal note; she has a fetish for pondering quotes, an odd preoccupation with the insanity of the human resources profession; a deep concern for the underdog and she's a lifelong student of inner alchemy and esoteric subjects.
Melanie will consider ghost and article writing projects when she is not working on a book. Use the contact form to make an offer.