Bwu Stories (#06 in Tabor Heights Year Two Series)
PROJECT ANGEL: Kristen transfers to BWU when her semester abroad is canceled. Settling into a new school is rough enough, but to avoid her interfering sister and brother-in-law, she gets involved with a church service project on campus. Well-intentioned, it...
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PROJECT ANGEL: Kristen transfers to BWU when her semester abroad is canceled. Settling into a new school is rough enough, but to avoid her interfering sister and brother-in-law, she gets involved with a church service project on campus. Well-intentioned, it quickly disintegrates when someone uses it to play nasty tricks. When Kristen tries to make things right, she discovers her own personal angel has been in front of her all along. MOUSE KAT TRAP: Kat is still adjusting to her parents? reunion and marriage. She can?t be Morgan's assistant any longer, so she must train her replacement and her boyfriend is being a jerk. As she navigates an experimental summer theater program, a nasty blog seems determined to destroy the theater program with gossip. Discovering the identity of the enemy is the first step in stopping him, but finding the truth could put Kat in danger.
Michelle has been a book addict since her Dr. Seuss days, graduating to The Happy Hollisters (juvenile detectives) and The Black Stallion at an early age. In junior high, she became a "pusher" – creating her own stories from her favorite books and TV shows, "rewriting" the unsatisfying ones. Her academic background includes a BA in theater/English from Northwestern College and an MA in communications (film/writing) from Regent University. She came "this close" to selling a script to MacGyver during the last season, and is still trying to take Hollywood by storm – though sometimes it's more like a drizzle. Writing in multiple genres, she has been an EPIC Award finalist nearly every year since 2004, winning in 2006 with Lorien. A native of Northeast Ohio, she is a freelance editor by day, writing novels, short stories and scripts by night.