Hello! I'm Melissa

 

Melissa H North recently married her best friend in Outback Queensland and became Melissa Coleman! You may know her from novels such as The Halfling Book One – Readers Favourite 5 star award – the first novel in The Halfling trilogy. A Confabulated Compendium of Anecdotes which launched at Oz Comic Con in Brisbane on September 23rd, 2017 and also received 5 star reviews from Readers Favourite.

She is one of an international collection of talented Authors who contribute annually to  Quicksylver Publications, affectionately called the Confederacy of The Quill

Melissa has penned many articles and features for regional and national newspapers.

In 2019 in Australia, Melissa started a blog called Earth Alliance Aus. It's explores threats to our planet’s life support systems and provides support and helps raise awareness of environmental threats and issues. 

You can visit Melissa’s blog for news, reviews, and upcoming events or the latest progress on future novels and short stories

 

“This is a story about secrets. A terrible legacy better left unknown, a threat to both our worlds. It’s about guilt, shame and an unquenchable thirst for knowledge so powerful it consumed me. A story about protecting something precious and dangerous.”

 

Twenty-four-year-old Elizabeth Peters is an intelligent young woman who wants more out of life than being ushered into a life of marriage to a rich pompous man. Little does she know that a fateful adventure awaits her. Her family has an obligation to protect their ancestor’s dangerous creation from falling into the wrong hands. Failure means the end of humanity. Hidden City of Alchemy is an exciting steampunk sci-fi adventure by Melissa H. Coleman.

 
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Melissa is an advocate for the Indigenous Literacy Foundation and an ambassador for the Pencils Community. She helps to empower women through out the world by taking part in events where she can donate, share her life experiences and encouragement.
 
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