Grace Maier-Crook

by | Mar 17, 2021 | Author of the week | 5 comments

Grace Maier-Crook resides in south-central Wisconsin with her beloved cat, Sheldon, and lives only an hour from the small town she grew up in. She is the proud mother of two successful adult sons. She was married to her late husband, Ed, for 36 years, and was his care provider for the two years preceding his untimely passing in 2018. Over the years, her Mother, her husband Ed and her sons have always been supportive to her in her creative writing endeavors.

Grace has written hundreds of poems, many short stories, a children’s book, and a romance novel over the years. She is excited to finally fulfill her dream of becoming a published author.

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“The Marionette.” Is her debut novel. It is a riveting love story peppered with a mystery component. She began writing it back in 2002 and has revisited it often over the many passing years. Having more time available to devote to writing, she has embraced taking on the final preparations for publishing.

Rebecca and Timothy are a young couple, who are deeply in love. They both grew up living in the lap of luxury, were sent to the best schools, and were expected to live their lives by the ground rules their parents put in place. But that is not what either of them desire. They want nothing more than to escape the pressures and demands placed upon them by their parents.

They embark on an adventure of a lifetime, but all the while secrets, lies, and manipulation taint their journey and lead them in unimaginable directions. Just before they are slated to leave, Rebecca stumbles upon a series of letters and photographs which reveal staggering and previously unknown information related to Rebecca, Timothyand everything they believe to be true. She confronts the man responsible for writing the letters, who turns out to be Timothy’s real father. She is unconvinced by his words Rebecca sets out on a journey to rectify the wrongs and find out the truth.

Those involved in their lives are rarely who they seem to be and have hidden agendas of their own that may forever change the young couples’ lives. will their love for each other pull them closer together than ever?

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Writing is a gift from God. Words flow forth, beginning like a rivulet then transforming to a raging river. The power of my words is who I am. I am on a new adventure and I’m strengthening myself and thinking more outside of the box than ever before. My words are soaring on the wings of an eagle. Spreading across the heavens, allowing the world to see who I’ve become as a woman and an author.

 

I wish to extend a heartfelt thank you, to Readers Magnet and the Authors Lounge for the invaluable opportunity you have presented to me. You are helping me to achieve my life-long dream of becoming a published author, and I deeply appreciate it! I also appreciate having been given the opportunity to share this in the Authors Lounge so readers and writers alike may learn about me and my work as an author.

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I would like to invite you to visit me on the World Wide Web. I truly look forward to your visit!

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Best Regards,                                                                                                                       

~ Grace Maier-Crook

5 Comments

  1. Marvin Schrebe

    The Marionette sounds intriguing. It h has all the components of a mystery and a romance. I want a copy!

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    • Grace Crook

      thank you Marvin.. You will get one

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    • Grace Crook

      I will send you a signed copy

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  2. Jo Anne Cushman Burrill

    Grace, best wishes to you on all your writings. I also believe writing is a gift from God.

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    • Grace M Crook

      Thank you Jo Anne I do apologize in responding so late. A gift later in life is more poignant.

      Reply

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