Author: Michele Wallace Campanelli
West Melbourne Resident
ASIN: B010REXQUY Wee Creek Press
Available at Amazon Kindle, HTML, Text-PDF
D. Jamison was really a girl named Debra and the daughter of a world famous baseball player but Coach Walker didn’t know that during tryouts for the Panthers softball team. Girls weren’t allowed to be Panthers, so she was pretending to be a boy. Her neighbor Vince figured out her real identity quickly, but he wasn’t sure he’d inform the Coach. Vince wasn’t sure he’d even make the team either, now that he had cancer. For now, Vince would keep his mouth shut; Debra just got a hit off the toughest pitcher in the South. Besides, he didn’t mind having a girl on the team, but he wondered if the coach would.
About the Author
Michele Wallace Campanelli is an American writer and singer. During the early 1990s, Michele was lead singer of the heavy metal band, Black Widow, which was one of the first all-female bands in Florida. After the band, Campanelli started writing short stories and fiction novels professionally. She has had nine stories appear on the best-sellers list, including two that reached #1 on the New York Times. Her short stories have been included in over 30 international selling anthologies. She has also penned numerous novels, magazine and newspaper articles in both fiction and non-fiction. When Michele isn’t writing, she is CEO of Regal Entertainment Services LLC which performs concerts around Florida. She is a professional singer, writer and actor. As a devoted Christian, she uses her talents to glorify God and bring joy to others through music and her books.