About Melony Teague

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Melony Teague is a Freelance Writer, Ghost writer and Columnist.

“I was born in South Africa and stepped onto a plane to bring me to a new life in Toronto, Canada in 1999 and have not looked back. It took me 38 years to figure out what I wanted to be when I grow up. Now I love what I do and do what I love. I uncover stories hiding in plain view, but they are remarkable nonetheless. I believe that everyone has a story to tell…and sometimes truth really is stranger than fiction. These are the things I write about.”  Learn more

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Thoughtful Thursday with my guest Toni Shiloh

Thank you for taking some time out of your Thursday to hop over and chat with us Toni. The question I am asking myself, and my guests is this:
What has been dominating your thoughts lately?
Toni says, “What’s the point? It’s the question that’s been rolling in my head for a while…well a few months if I’m honest. You see…”

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The Silent Songbird by Melanie Dickerson

The Silent Songbird is the first book I have read by Melanie Dickerson and I have her, The Beautiful Pretender on my book pile to be read too. Moms of tweens and pre-teens, take note! You might want to check these books out. The Silent Songbird is the story of Eva (Evangeline) who is the King’s ward and as such she lives a sheltered and protected, although not entirely happy one, at the Berkhamstead Castle. She is known for her beautiful voice, but she wants to escape the confines of the castle walls. She does, and then the fun begins.

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Isle of Hope by Julie Lessman

Phwew! Have you ever read a book and it seems a little dry in the area of sense. Kinda like sterile in a way. You will NOT feel that way when you read Julie Lessman’s Isle of Hope: Unfailing Love (Vol.1). Find our why I say this. Isle of Hope is set in Georgia on an island, as the title suggests, and this one is a love story.

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Anne Mateer

Anne Mateer is a lifelong reader and writer. Her love of history began at an early age, too. Anne holds a degree in history from Southern Methodist University. One my favourite books that she wrote is At Every Turn. Today I have Anne here with me and we get to know more about the Person Behind The Pen and tell us more about her unusual college life.

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One Thing That Will Cripple Your Creativity

WE HAVE ALL DONE IT! It happens so easily, you find yourself comparing what you did, with someone else did. And you just don’t think you nailed it. You just don’t think you measure up, in fact you really think you never will. Here is a word of encouragement as we start a new year.

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Love’s Pursuit

I have to admit, I bought this book because of the cover. Love’s Pursuit is a must read. Siri Mitchell is one of my favourite authors but this one really spoke to my heart and talk about real and raw!

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A Change of Fortune

Change of Fortune is the delightful story of Miss Eliza Sumnar,a governess who is not exactly what she seems. She encounters the most eligible bachelor in New York and sparks fly. Will they team up to fight a common foe or will she go back to England once she has accomplished her goal? Twists and turns in the plot keep you engaged and I found in some of the scenes I was giggling out loud at the scenarios Miss Eliza finds herself in.

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The Innkeeper of Ivy Hill by Julie Klassen

I have been a fan of Julie’s books for many years and have loved her stand alone books. I did however recognize that this one is the first in a series and as such it is setting up for a series, which makes it a little different to a stand alone. It reminded me of Lawana Blackwell’s Gresham Chronicles,

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Finding Margo by Jen Turano

International pop star Margo Hartman could use a night off. A grueling tour and overbearing entourage have sent her over the edge. It’s time for this diva to disappear. And who would think to look for the superstar in a small Dutch town in Ohio? Sheriff’s deputy Brock Moore is undercover as well. He knows Margo isn’t who she appears to be, but her uncanny resemblance to a local Amish woman is raising all sorts of questions… the kind that make her a target for a killer. And things get, complicated. And then there is Gabby. Jen Turano has another winner.

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