About Melissa Price
Born in Philadelphia, Melissa’s first creative orbit landed on the planet of music composition and lyrics at age twelve. She went on to attain a Diplôme in French literature at the Sorbonne University in Paris, then to San Francisco State University to complete her Pre-med and music education. Following chiropractic school in Los Angeles, she maintained a successful private practice while furthering her jazz guitar study, writing short stories and magazine articles. Her novels include Steel Eyes, Skin in the Game, The Right Closet and a work-in-progress. Her short story the Desert Diner is included in the Bella Books anthology Happily Ever After. Melissa also co-wrote the authorized biographical screenplay, Toma—The Man, The Mission, The Message. While her house is in Phoenix, Arizona, she lives between some un-named exotic Caribbean island and Paris’s Left Bank.