E. Lee Caleca
Lee Caleca has a style that not only makes her pieces enjoyable to read, but enjoyably unique as well. Highly recommended. - Allistair Marquise, Helium Sub-Channel Manager.
Caleca is a New Jersey native who began fine art training at age 11 and has worked in many mediums including pastel, oil, watercolor and acrylic painting, clay, plaster of Paris, textiles, wood and natural fibers.
With early training in voice and jazz dance she's appeared in newsprint, theater, on camera, on stage and runway and has held responsibilities including professional photography, location assistant, set design, property, casting, and costume design and execution.
She's currently a judge for the Global Ebook Awards and the Eric Hoffer Small Press Awards, holds a B.A.S. in Fashion Design, is a 2x Juice Award winner for Fresh Design & Outstanding Use of Creative Perspective by IADT, and has received the HubNuggets Award for best new writer by HubPages.
She is a forty year health and nutrition advocate.
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Hendersonville, TN had settled down for the winter but Spring came early this year to the small lake town and with it came Spring fever for Natalie Dubhe. The love of her life, Wes Henry had made Hawaii his permanent home and she was bored and restless - at least until the perfect diversion came along in the form of her old friend, the hunky Michael Bourdain.
The discovery of a tiny map in the sand at Old Hickory Lake's Party Island seems innocent enough until it draws the attention of a crew of shrewd and ruthless smugglers. When Wes Henry and sometime girlfriend Natalie Dubhe become involved in a treacherous search for the secret in the legendary map, a psychopath is uncovered living quietly in the small lake town of Hendersonville, Tennessee.
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Smashwords book reviews by E. Lee Caleca
- Big Brother Appu
on Feb. 09, 2012
A 'coming of age' story for the young reader. Big Brother Appu is a delightful look at a young boy's feelings about being in second place and learning the value of patience." - E. Lee Caleca, Author of Creekwood and Creekwood 2