About Melony Teague


Melony Teague is a Freelance Writer, Ghost writer and Columnist.

“I was born in South Africa and stepped onto a plane to bring me to a new life in Toronto, Canada in 1999 and have not looked back. It took me 38 years to figure out what I wanted to be when I grow up. Now I love what I do and do what I love. I uncover stories hiding in plain view, but they are remarkable nonetheless. I believe that everyone has a story to tell…and sometimes truth really is stranger than fiction. These are the things I write about.”  Learn more

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Lady Jayne Disappears by Joanna Davidson Politano

Ok, so I could not put this one down, who needs sleep anyway? Aurelie Harcourt is one of a kind and she has a strong and rich imagination. A storyteller by nature learned from her father, it’s fun to see how her mind works. Her insecurities and fears are somewhat familiar, if you know any authors, you will hear them talk about a lot of the same things. Lady Jayne Disappears will keep you turning the pages and you can read my review to find out why.

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What My TBR pile looks like now and how I am making a change in 2018

It is the start of a brand new year and one thing I have learned is that I was kidding myself. Kidding myself in thinking that I was superwoman. *Sadly I have no cape. You know, I was thinking I could do it all. *cue the epic music.

After seven years of going at breakneck speed, in blogging, reviewing, freelance writing, publishing and you name it, I have decided that I really was being unrealistic. My concept of my limits was way out of wack and 2018 is the year I am going to change that! I mean, after all, my family (bless them) were getting a frazzled mom/wife and I decided, ENOUGH! I honestly just had to clean up my inbox and reduce it from 3000 unread emails/notifications, down to just under 200 now. I am not kidding. Getting it under 200 is not perfect, but manageable.

This change is happening on all fronts, find out what is up and what is going down in 2018 for me.

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The Saturday Night Supper Club by Carla Laureano

I have been a longtime fan of Carla Laureano’s work and when The Saturday Night Supper Club was set to release this year I could not have been more delighted. Then I cover was revealed and this book nerd-foodie heart was so happy! Stop everything and take note, this one is another winner.

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Carla Laureano talks about The Saturday Night Supper Club

It will not be long now before The Saturday Night Supper Clubhits shelves and I am so excited~! I just had to get the inside scoop and so thankfully Carla Laureano agreed to answer my burning questions. I have read this book from cover to cover and will be reading it again when I get my little hands on a print copy, it is THAT GOOD folks. Find out more in my Q & A with Carla Laureano.

Interview with Carla

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A Dangerous Legacy by Elisabeth Camden

I have long been a fan of Elisabeth Camden and was delighted to get my hands on a copy of this delightful story. The latest from Camden, A Dangerous Legacy has the most delightful characters and I loved it. For more information, read the full review.


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The Soldier Who Killed A King

David Kitz is a Bible dramatist, an award-winning author, a convention speaker and a retired public school teacher. It might seem a little odd to you that I would be reading a book about the Passion of Christ at Christmas, but in actual fact, it made Christmas all that more meaningful to me. Here I explain why.

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Out of the Ordinary by Jen Turano

When a Jen Turano book comes out I drop everything, cancel and my appointments ( well, not really, but I wish I could) and I read. Her latest, Out of the Ordinary did not disappoint and provided the laugh-out-loud moments I have come to expect from Jen Turano’s Historical Fiction.

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The Day The Angels Fell by Shawn Smucker

The Day The Angels Fell was not at all what I expected. It was a little bit, Piercing the Darkness meets…Lois Lowry. At first, I was not sure where the book was going, (mainly because I never read the back cover) and I was glad I stuck to it because by the end all my questions and concerns were addressed and I understood the meaning and significance of the things happening at the beginning of the book much better. This book is the debut novel by author, Shawn Smucker.

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Fault Lines by Thomas Locke

If you are not a fast reader (like me) you will want to put aside a weekend for this one! Action packed and full of intrigue. Thomas Locke has done it again.
His latest, Fault Lines, is out now and here is my review.


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