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Maps: Mystery, Adventure, Poetry, Suspense
Feb. 22, 2022
Author:
Carolyn Croop
Category:
Digital: Fiction: Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Description:
MAPS is a unique combination of poems and short stories that will leave the reader in suspense. Mystery and adventure are included in the poems and stories. Journey of the Mind and Secret Vampire Society are short stories written in rhyme along with four non rhyming stories.

Life is a mystery. At any time, to anyone, anything may happen (from the poem Birds).
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Raised in New York State, Carolyn first wrote poetry and set it aside to focus on motherhood and her prior career at Eastman Kodak Company. As a single mother who raised three children with the help of family and friends, she is the proud mother of Timothy, Lisa and Michelle and the proud grandmother of Piper, Harper, Skye and Rocky.

Carolyn initially pursued an education with Monroe Community College where she earned an Associate of Applied Sciences in liberal arts in 1983. She later concluded her studies with Screenwriters University, completing coursework from 2017-2018. Furthermore, Carolyn is a member of the Global Society of Empowered Women, a former volunteer for the United Way of Greater Rochester, and a former member of the board of directors for the YMCA.

In 2014, Carolyn restarted her passion of writing. Currently, she has completed sixty-five short stories, a novel, and over two hundred poems. She published some of that work in her first book, “MAPS: Mystery, Adventure, Poetry, Suspense,” in February 2017. Her second book, “ATLAS: Poems That Map The Way To Your Heart” was published in 2019, and “GPS: Great Poems & Stories,” along with “A Mystery on Gray Street,” and “The Ride of Our Lives” were published in 2020.
Contact:
Diana Appleseed
The Regency Publishers
dianaappleseed@theregencypublishers.com
phone: 315-556-3079 ext. 1031
521 5th Avenue 17th Floor, New York, NY, 10175, New York, NY 10175
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