Laura Haley-McNeil

Biography

Laura Haley-McNeil received degrees in Spanish and German from Metropolitan State College of Denver. She taught Spanish in the public school system, and then worked in the Western History Department of the Denver Public Library translating the correspondence of Bishop Joseph Machebeuf.

After moving to San Diego, she worked as the accountant for a Christian television station, then transferred to Hardin, Montana, and performed technical production for the television station there.

She returned to Denver and supervised accounting departments for a title company and a stock brokerage and clearing firm. During this time, she renovated homes, bought and managed several residential properties and obtained a real estate license. She has also worked as the property manager overseeing five business office complexes and producing the company newsletter and marketing material.

She is an accomplished ballet dancer having studied and performed in that area for more than twenty years and has studied piano for over forty years. Musical studies also include violin and organ. She has been on the board of directors of two Colorado orchestras and is a member of the American Liszt Society.

Several of her short stories have been published in national magazines and has had book reviews published in Book Lover’s Magazine. Her current writing endeavors are focused on the novel.

Books

Murder the Past
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Price: Free! Words: 3,440. Language: English. Published: October 18, 2013. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » Short stories
When Alice’s husband, Chuck, dumped her for a beautiful, richer version, Alice wanted revenge. She had the opportunity, but she never acted on it. Now, Todd’s time machine gives her a chance to correct the past. Will she take it? And, if so, what are the consequences?
Prelude and Fugue
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Price: Free! Words: 93,740. Language: English. Published: March 2, 2012. Category: Fiction » Women's fiction » General
Olivia St. Claire wants to be good at something, and wants to fall in love. When she takes piano lessons again, she falls in love with music again, and that opens the door to so much more.

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fantasy    fiction    general    love    murder    music    mystery    performer    pianist    piano    romance    short story    womens fiction