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Michelle Levigne

Strongsville, Ohio, United States


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BA in theater/English from Northwestern College.
MA in communications (film/writing) from Regent University.
Graduate of the Institute for Children's Literature.
I've done freelance work for Connection Magazine in Cleveland, Ohio, and have over 40 stories/poems published in fan magazines such as Defiance Below Decks (Star Trek); Highland Fling (Highlander); Small Favors (Stingray); On Wings of Light (Phoenix/Beauty & Beast/Starman). A brief foray into fan publishing resulted in 4 issues of Starwheel, a multi-universe fanzine. I also tried my hand at small press publishing, putting out 8 issues of "Dusk and Dawn," a Christian short fiction magazines/quarterly.

My first published novel was "Heir of Faxinor," a historical/fantasy/romance from Mountainview Publishing, a division of Treble Heart Books.
"The Dark One," the story of Penelope and Odysseus, is receiving rave reviews and is published by LTDBooks out of Canada.
I have a 10-book YA science fiction series set in my Commonwealth Universe through Writers Exchange E-Publishing. "Sunsinger Chronicles" follows the adventures of Bain Kern as he grows up on board the Free Trader ship, Sunsinger.
"From Turkey to Mistletoe," is a contemporary romance novella through Treble Heart. Jenna and Mitch meet on Thanksgiving Day through a nasty trick played on them by co-workers. Love blooms by Christmas.
"True Caderi," a science fiction novel in the Commonwealth Universe, will be released by Awe-Struck E-Books in December 2002.
Writing under the pseudonym of Dominique Tomas, I am doing a series of paranormal romances for ImaJinn Books. The Red Queen books deal with women born to rule the Kreefa -- a tribe of werewolves. The first book, "Red Queen" is due out in summer/fall 2002.

Interests: Science fiction/fantasy, Women's Fiction, Romance, Inspirational, Young Adult

Published writer: Yes

Freelance: Yes


Published works:


  • From Turkey to Mistletoe
  • Heir of Faxinor
  • The Dark One