12/31/2012 2:57:00 PM
Tracee Ford, an area author, has written her first novel which will be debuting in mid-January.
In a letter to The Telegram, she wrote, “I am a Portsmouth, Ohio native and I write paranormal romance, romantic suspense, and crime novels. I have been writing since the age of 16. My early works include poetry and nonfiction.”
She continued, “My nonfictional work focused on my areas of study as an undergraduate in social sciences and psychology at Shawnee State University. I completed more nonfictional research while working on my master’s degree in forensic psychology through The University of North Dakota. I have also written plays and scripts for puppet shows for communities in my area.”
Ford’s first novel, The Fine Line, is set in Southwestern Ohio when a young couple meets, falls in love, marries, and purchases a historic restored home. They soon realize they have stepped into another world, filled with spirits, paranormal phenomenon, and unexplainable realities. The family, Ford writes, “soon learns there is a fine line between the world they live in and the world they can’t see.”
I didn’t even realize this ran on the website today. There is no such thing as coincidence. Everything happens with perfect, precise timing!