Grace Rellie is a high school graduate of Bob Jones University, a graduate of The Institute of Children’s Literature and the Long Ridge Writer’s Group based in Connecticut. She has been taught the writing craft under the professional guidance of 17 year long veteran editor Constance McAllister of Highlights Magazine and authors Kathryn Jensen and Anne Grant.
She is a member of the Cary Area Writer’s Group based in Illinois, which has its own blog found at cawgs.wordpress.com, of which she occasionally contributes to.
She is interested in all areas of writing and photographic art with which she continues to experiment daily. She also maintains a blog under her pseudonym Grace Rellie, which offers writing advise to novices and encourages the sharing of ideas.
Her vast array of strange and off-track jobs keeps her mind full of story-lines and weird tales yet to be told to the curious ear. Her love of classic movies and radio shows is a quick way of rebooting after a hard day at work.
In her spare time she likes to learn new things and bring aid to those struggling, whether they be a tired person, a lonely dog or a much loved and torn stuffed animal. She likes to read a good book and get lost in other places and other times, hence her wide array of stories.
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by Grace Rellie
Nothing is more terrifying than being the victim of a brutal murder. Eighty-five year old Florence Keenan does her best to fight off her assailant but in the end she succumbs to death. There, she does not find peace but a new path. Florence must come to grips with her fate, being a ghost and the job of bringing her killer to justice.
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The Tax Angel
on April 04, 2014
DJ Marcussen’s book The Tax Angel is a delightful and partial representation of what happens to thousands of individuals when tax season comes around. She writes with a witty style that is both concise and entertaining. It is a wonderful read for both the tax professional as well as anyone who has ever endeavored to do their own tax return.
Join Michael and his lovely new wife Kimi, a tax accountant workaholic, as they discover that the real test of love and a strong marriage can be found in trust and the dozens of scraps of paper we diligently keep for tax purposes that drive us mad. You’re in for a bumpy ride. Enjoy and don’t say you weren’t warned. Tax season can get to be scary. Ask Michael. He’ll tell you.