About

After ending an accomplished career as a fraud investigator, I am now a full-time writer and published author. My books include CHOCOLATE FOR BREAKFAST (winner of the 2012 Book of the Year in Women’s Fiction by Turning the Pages Books), its sequel, CHOCOLATE FONDUE, and the just-published BITS OF BROKEN GLASS.

Meanwhile, I blog here – mainly about life, family, friends, and the changing world around us.

I’ve participated in the A to Z Challenge for the past two years, and looking forward to a new them in April 2014.

I’ve challenged myself to write fast during National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), completing the messy first draft of CHOCOLATE FONDUE in November 2012. In July 2013, I wrote 50,000 words for BITTERSWEET CHOCOLATE, the third and final book in the series, during Camp NaNoWriMo. Edits continue.

It’s never too late to realize a dream……

CONTACT ME: MarthaCFE@gmail.com

 

One Comment

hello Martha,
I hv some difficulty in finding about page. i just suffixed about to your homepage to reach here. Can you make about page link available on home page.
I have a dream of becoming writer – good to know you.. my best wishes for your success.

Glad you follow my blog – http://YourWellWisherProgram.wordpress.com
Your Well Wisher Program is No NGO setup, No big costs, No team formed, No copyright protected, No solution patented, individual effort in an – Attempt to solve commonly known problems.

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