Ronnie Dauber, whose formal name is Veronica, is a Canadian published author and freelance writer. Her young adult adventure series, The Misadventures of Sarah Davies, now has four exciting releases: MUDSLIDE is the first in the series, a race-against-time adventure that brings our team of heroes together and is filled with non-stop action; FIRESTORM that takes Sarah and her friends to British Columbia for a summer vacation where an unexpected search for Sarah's grandfather becomes a mission of rescue and survival when they learn that they are trapped in an unfamiliar forest that is on fire; WHITEOUT takes the team to North Dakota for a winter vacation that turns out to be a nightmare come true when a sudden storm threatens their day of skiing and Brad's uncle goes missing; RAGING WATERS is filled with emotion and conflict as Sarah and her friends join a search for a little boy with autism and discover that the clues take them to a violent river.
Ronnie has also written an adult suspense thriller, WEB SECRETS, that's filled with suspense, thrill and the unexpected as a young woman investigates the death of her dog and realizes that she's the target of a psychopathic killer.
Ms. Dauber has just completed her first Inspirational book called Let Faith Arise! and is currently writing the follow-up to that book, which is her own story of how she applied her faith and beat an aggressive cancer.
Ronnie also writes freelance for many sites but has earned the most rewards and sold the most articles as a member of Helium.com.
Ronnie holds college diplomas in Children's and Adult Literature, Business Administration and Common Law, and is a certified Court Reporter.
Her desire to write and to share with others flows over into her Christian blog - Smile, God Loves You! and into her author's blog.
Where to find Ronnie Dauber online
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Let Faith Arise!
Let Faith Arise! is a collection of faith messages that explain what faith is, how to get it and how to apply it in our lives so that we can have victory over the enemy. The author has tried and tested faith and has won her battle over a deadly cancer, and now she wants to encourage others.
An exciting day of fun at a family reunion turns into a horrifying nightmare as Sarah and her friends search for a little five-year old boy with severe autism. As Sarah struggles with personal conflicts, she is horrified to learn that the clues to little Joey take them to the raging waters of the nearby river.
Sarah and Meagan spend a week with their friends Brad and Ali at her grandparents in British Columbia. A fun vacation turns into a horrific nightmare when their grandfather's boat is capsized and they are forced to search an unknown forest that they soon discover is a burning inferno. All their outdoor training has not prepared them for what lies ahead.
Sarah and her friends are off to Brad's cousin's home in North Dakota to spend their first break from college skiing at a nearby ski resort. Their first day on the snow begins normal, but a sudden winter storm and the disappearance of Brad's uncle turns this day of fun into a horrific nightmare. Now they must aside their fears and fight to stay alive.
Sarah is in a grade 12 Geography class that sets out along the Snake River for a year end class hike. But it's quickly turned into a horrific nightmare when unexpected storms rage against them and trap them in the path of a deadly mudslide. Now she must overcome her fears and team conflicts as it becomes a mission of rescue and survival in a desperate race against time.
Madison Richards is a young bride who investigates a personal issue and becomes tangled in a web of deception and revenge. As her loved ones begin to disappear, she becomes the prime suspect and turns to her only remaining friend in cyberspace for help. He learns that Madison is the target of a psychopath killer but will he be enough to keep her alive?
Smashwords book reviews by Ronnie Dauber
- The Watchman of Ephraim (Cris De Niro, Book 1)
on Feb. 08, 2011
This book is an amazing combination of romanticism that inspires revenge and the inevitable quest of a national religious crusade. The beginning was dynamic and drew me right into the story which was very complex and deep and yet didn't lose its direction. I like the way it ended because it's how I would write the ending. It was a very touching story that held my interest and I enjoyed reading it. I would recommend this book and I look forward to more great reads from this author.