Madeline Dow


Madeline is a former mental health nurse who turned her skills toward entrepreneurial pursuits when she became an operations and sales manager for a national health care company. After leaving the corporate world she worked as a marketing and development consultant for a regional symphony.

When her son Travis Dow became fatally ill she had just begun to manage his music publishing campaign while she wrote short stories about art, music and life challenges. She became Travis' caregiver for the next 10 months.

Travis lost his life to aggressive cancer. Madeline continues to share his music with the world and has started a scholarship at Travis' alma mater,Humboldt State University.

She is writing a book about Travis' life and music.
" All this beauty doesn't mean a thing until you share it with the world." Travis Dow, " WD and The Idea. "

Some of Travis' music may be heard at travisdow. Also on Amazon, CDBaby, MySpace and Spotify.

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Where to buy in print


Crimson Timelines
Series: Crimson Tales. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 70,950. Language: English. Published: November 19, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Short stories, Fiction » Mystery & detective » Short Stories
Crimson Timelines is an anthology of engaging stories weaving paths in time and the mind. Enjoy a stroll through the fourth dimension with these diverse authors. A great read with wide appeal.
Steps In Time
Series: The Crimson Cloak Anthologies ยท Crimson Cares. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 61,600. Language: English. Published: June 13, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Anthologies » Short stories - multi-author, Fiction » Science fiction » General
Steps In Time, short stories having to do with some aspect of Time. The 2nd Crimson Cloak Anthology, published in aid of Alzheimer's Disease UK. Authors: Roger Bone, Janice Clark, Ray Daley, Madeline Dow, T W Embry, Jane Finch, Don Ford, Elizabeth Grace, Rod Martinez, Rodney Page, Esma Race, Doug Rains, P J Roscoe, Wesley Tallant, Chrystal Vaughan, Barbara Weitzner and Gary Winstead.

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