Marelize Roets is earning her BFA in Creative Writing at Full Sail University. She primarily writes thriller/suspense fiction and historical fiction. Her flash fiction piece, “Summer,” was published in SCARLET LEAF REVIEW in 2016. She is also a Blog Writer and Social Media intern at Full Sail University and an Associate Editor for the literary magazine GHOST PARACHUTE. As a globe-trotting member of the only white tribe in South Africa, Marelize lives her life by making bad decisions until someone comes from the future to stop her.
WHAT WE SAW FROM THE CHEAP SEATS by Marelize Roets is a collection of suspense/thriller short stories that allow you to be a psychopathic wallflower wandering in a graveyard through the eyes of Harry Houdini. This collection will have you on the edge of your seat, wide-eyed, and captivated.