Melissa Pearl Joins The Staff of Indies Unlimited

Author Melissa Pearl

I am pleased to announce that my satellite-based tranquilizer gun is working and I have now been able toβ€”um, persuade New Zealand based author Melissa Pearl to join the team here at Indies Unlimited.

Melissa is the author of the Time Spirit Trilogy, which includes Golden Blood, Black Blood, and Pure Blood. She was born in Auckland, New Zealand, but has spent much of her life abroad, living in countries such as Jordan, Cyprus and Pakistan… not to mention a nine month road trip around North America with her husband.

She is now relocating to China with her husband and two sons. She is a trained elementary teacher, but writing is her passion. Since becoming a full time mother she has had the opportunity to pursue this dream and her debut novel hit the internet in November, 2011. She loves learning about the craft of writing and endeavours to make each new book better than the last.

You can learn more about author Melissa Pearl and her writing at her blogs, Melissa Pearl and YALicious. You can also find her on Facebook and follow her on Twitter.

Please give a warm Indies Unlimited welcome to Melissa Pearl!

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25 thoughts on “Melissa Pearl Joins The Staff of Indies Unlimited”

  1. Well dang! A Kiwi writer doing interesting stuff and you're heading off to China before I can meet you. Will follow your posts with interest. Good luck!

        1. It comes with the gunslinger-used-car-fingers territory.

          Why are "o" and "i" next to each other on the keyboard anyway? Can lead to much confusion/hilarity when you describe a marksman friend as "a good shot."

  2. Welcoem or as we should maybe now say:

    欒迎 (Huānyíng)pronounced Hwan Yeeng.

    You boy! You at the back! What's your name? Pay attention! The "h" here is pronounced as "h" in English.

    Now lets all practise saying welcome to Melissa in Chinese….all together now… 'Hwan Yeeng Melissa!'

    Sorry about that Melissa. I periodically have flashbacks to my teaching days. It's okay. I'm over it now. A warm welcome to you. Very glad you are here.

    'Hise! stop flicking pellets at Kat…'

    1. Thanks Carol. You're fully freaking me out. I don't know if I'm smart enough to learn Chinese!!!

      I guess I'll find out in August πŸ™‚

    1. Thanks so much. I had a wonderful mother's day πŸ™‚

      Are you a mom too?

      I hope you have a fantastic day. I really feel like we earn this one ;o)

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