Micki Berthelot Morency is Haitian-American, and she lives in St Petersburg Florida. She has published numerous short stories and has won several awards. She recently won a Writer’s Digest contest, and her work appeared in their 100th anniversary issue.
She is an advocate for women and children and her experience as a case manager at a transitional housing program inspired her to write her debut novel, The Island Sisters. Through her writing, she hopes to give a voice to the voiceless.
Micki loves to travel and she has lived in many of the settings in her novel. She thinks in Haitian Creole, she writes in English, and she loves in French.
She is a member of Women Fiction Writers Association (WFWA), Florida Writers Association (FWA) and Southeastern Writers Association (SWA).
Books by Micki Berthelot Morency
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