Hollin holds her degree in Sociology and was a flight attendant for United Airlines up until the time she had her son. She, her husband and son are now happily living with their three dogs in Portugal. Hollin home schools so they can explore the globe, and teach through experience. When not writing about travel, Hollin’s focus is on writing fiction.
Her work has received rave reviews from critically acclaimed agents and editors. She has a unique voice embodied through rich descriptions of shared human condition. In 2017 she was listed on Glimmer Train's honorable mention list and considered for the Fulton Prize from The Adirondack Review. She is originally from California.
When her best friend Nora disappears into the folds of a cult that believes that humankind must move on into the 4th dimension or perish, Mel races to stop her and finds out along the way that there are things out there far worse than the desert heat and a few cacti. Mel unexpectedly finds herself drifting between the present and the shadows of someone she use to be.