Melissa was born and raised in a small town in upstate South Carolina.She first became a well-known Blogger and later decided to take her writing a step further. Her first book, My Paranormal Life, A True Haunting started out as her own private journal of her family dealing with a dark entity. But it doesn't stop there, Melissa took it even further and let her experiences help her to co-found a paranormal team and a cryptid team.She enjoys being able to reach out and help others.She has made many new friends in both of these fields, which has also led her to help others to have their story told.Melissa realizes first hand that these people have a very passionate and unique story that needs to be told.In getting these powerful stories out to the public, she hopes it will help further research in both of these fields and just maybe the individual that shares their story with her may find some closure to their own personal nightmare. Melissa feels honored to be able to bring you true stories of the unexplained.

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Dogman, A True Encounter

Coming Soon

I am hoping to have this book out in the next couple of weeks!
This is the first Dogman book I have ever written. I am humbled and honored to be able to bring you this story of an unshakeable terror, a fear so raw that it still haunts to this day. I truly believe this book will change the way you see things the next time you enter the woods.


My name is Tami, and I'm forty-two years old. I was born and raised as an only child in New York. My parents and I lived in a three bedroom house in a “not so bad”, part of town.
At eighteen and fresh out of high school, I went to work in my families restaurant. It wasn't what I had wanted to do. And I hated every minute of it. But I hadn't received a scholarship and college just wasn't affordable right now. I had wanted to go and major in the arts. Then open up my own shop one day. So my future plans were pretty much set.
At twenty-two, I was still waiting tables when I met John. John stood out from the rest of our normal patrons with his cowboy boots and blue jeans. He had a beautiful smile and gentle eyes. It wasn't long before he became a regular and I fell in love.
After a whirlwind courtship and wedding, we moved to his hometown of Tennessee and the Great Smoky Mountains. Being from New York this was a very big adjustment for me. His family was very nice and before I knew it, I found myself fitting in. If I had only known then that these mountains contained a nightmare and I would leave them with a terror so raw that I would not fully recover. And I will never again set foot in those beautiful mountains that I once called home.