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About melissamickelsen

Melissa Mickelsen wrote her first book at age fourteen when she discovered that writing was just as fun as reading. After earning a master’s degree in technical communication, she worked in Germany writing and designing newsletters for a nonprofit organization. As a military spouse, Melissa lives with her husband and their two children wherever the government sends them. You can visit her website at melissamickelsen.com.

9 Days Left in the IndieGoGo Campaign!

‘Support the Growth of Hadley Rille Books: A Quality Small Press Publisher’ Less than 10 days left until our campaign ends. Where does the time go? We are definitely feeling the love here at Hadley Rille, and very much appreciate … Continue reading

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I <3 Heroines!

You know you want a t-shirt with this awesome art on it! Support my publisher’s fundraising campaign and you can wear one with pride! Campaign ends July 31st.  http://igg.me/at/supportHRB/x/7768005

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Book 2 Snippet

“In Nhoternis, women do not wear breeches unless they are guardians. So,” he said, “it is strange to see here.” “I am no guardian,” I said, “and I wear what I please.” “I see that,” he said, handing me the … Continue reading

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Campaign

If you enjoyed Nightingale or any other books by Hadley Rille, a quality small press, please consider sharing and supporting our Indiegogo campaign. https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/support-the-growth-of-hadley-rille-books-a-quality-small-press-publisher

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SALE

Hadley Rille Books is running a Memorial Day Weekend sale. All Kindle novels, novellas, and anthologies are just $0.99; Kindle short stories can be downloaded for FREE. Sale lasts through Monday. http://hrbpress.com/

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Snippet #1

“It is our pleasure to be here, Lady Dayeriu.” The lord turned. “And you are the famous Tylidae, lost child of Carfuinel,” he continued, dark eyes on me. “The Nightingale, I have heard.” – Bones of the Vale, Chapter 1

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Whoops

Sorry for the long delay in posting. Things have been super busy lately. We’re getting ready to move back to the USA from Germany. I’m excited to go home. I miss enchiladas so much. 😦 Still waiting for a publishing … Continue reading

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