Michelle Stinson Ross


Michelle Stinson Ross has been scribbling and making up wild tales most of her life. She never really outgrew her childhood penchant for building castles and lands of legend from the everyday world around her. She has always been a voracious reader as well, rarely picking up a book she didn’t like. For several years she worked at being a respectable adult, earning a Bachelors Degree in Business Communication, raising 3 daughters, and building a career in marketing. But as the children grew up and the career progressed, the drive to create those wild tales never left her. An active blogger and social media addict, Michelle has been feverishly working on several story ideas, a podcast, and a new blog to serialize the work of dreams.

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Letters to the Dead, A Salty Short Story
Price: Free! Words: 2,530. Language: English. Published: September 4, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Historical » Colonial America, Fiction » Adventure » Sea adventures
What happens aboard a pirate ship in the late watches of the night? What tales do these men tell as they try to keep themselves awake? Come and sit near as the crew of the Siren Song swap tales of mermaids, haunted ships, and the ways of the sea.
Revenge of the Siren Song
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 20,140. Language: English. Published: November 20, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Historical
(4.00 from 2 reviews)
Danger and adventure await in this saucy tale born in the Golden Age of Piracy. Captain Grace O'Malley, the bane of Spanish treasure ships and the British Royal Navy alike, prowls the warm waters of the Caribbean in search of prizes. As deadly as she is beautiful, Grace is not the only threat on the high seas.

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  • Risen on June 29, 2010

    Excellent murder mystery! I love how Krystal Lawrence brought the extraordinary and unthinkable into the real world. The characters are truly engaging. I could not stop turning pages and could not put the book down.