Ellie Marrandette


No one can convince me that God doesn't have a sense of humor! As a military wife, avid reader, writer and world traveler living a Walter Mitty lifestyle, we could have lived anywhere! St. Thomas, anyone? So where did my husband and I wind up? In the central Arizona desert with a lot of time on my hands!

So many characters, places and ideas running around in my head, all searching for an author to bring them to life! Perfect opportunity to put them on paper, so I guess God knew what He was doing after all.
Life is not a dress rehearsal. I encourage you to make it meaningful and live your dream as well.

Where to find Ellie Marrandette online


The Curious Proposal for Prosperity, Nevada
Price: Free! Words: 13,130. Language: English. Published: July 14, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Short stories
How does one revive a dying town? That's the dilemma facing the small town of Prosperity, Nevada. Once a prosperous mining town, the silver ore has dried up and the residents are moving away toward a more productive future. To save itself from becoming a ghost town, its most influential residents come up with a unique plan. Will it be enough to save Prosperity?
Sometimes Marriage is a Real Crime
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 83,270. Language: English. Published: September 20, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Women's fiction » Chick lit, Fiction » Plays & Screenplays » American
Beginning in nostalgic 1957, we pursue seven year old Kate's coming of age through a complicated childhood, complex marriage and aspiring public relations career. Life would be perfect if only her womanizing husband would change his deceiving ways. He doesn't and Kate has just discovered the the perfect untraceable crime. Layered with plot twists and humor, find out if Kate Madison will prevail.

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1950s    1960s    boston    coming of age    diets    family    fashion trends    italy    marriage    mystery    nevada    new jersey    nostalgia    psychological    romance    scifi    small towns    smart women    tv anchors    womens fiction