Ellen Davidson Levine

Biography

Ellen Davidson Levine, author of Looking for Karma at the Eden Cafe and The Importance of Bulldogs - A Novel, lives with her husband Rick and their two dogs, Bella and Jumping Jack Flash, on acreage in rural Southern Oregon that includes a small vineyard and woodlands. They still live in the house they built together in 1970 with the help of their then two-year-old son, Josh, who pounded in nails (everywhere).

After a successful career as a community college instructor and administrator, including several state and national awards for excellence, Ellen now writes in a studio she built in the woods behind her home. A winner of the Bloomie Award for her short story "My Mother's Closet," Ellen has been published in various education and professional journals and has also prepared white papers and reports for the U.S. Department of Education and the Oregon Legislature.

When she's not writing, Ellen enjoys the outdoors and time spent with friends and family, especially Josh, Kelly, Jai and Kaden.

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Looking for Karma at the Eden Cafe
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 63,440. Language: English. Published: August 1, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Literature » Literary
LOOKING FOR KARMA AT THE EDEN CAFE is a Cinderella story with a difference. Karma the waitress is an aging hippie, her drug dealer boyfriend is no Prince Charming and her fairy godmother is Riva Fate, the feisty owner of the Eden, a small town cafe serving the best pies anywhere. When the cafe is violently attacked,Karma's connection with Riva forces her to finally take a stand.

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