About Me

Melissa Albert is a young adult writer who is repped by Uwe Stender of TriadaUS. She majors in Industrial and Organizational Psychology at The College of New Jersey where she is going into her sophomore year. Her wonderful friends and family lovingly put up with her constantly zoning out as she tries to mentally fix plot holes in her stories. Lover of all YA fiction, she has three completed manuscripts, one of which is currently in rewrites. You can bribe her with anything chocolate or cat related. Feel free to contact her by email at melissaalbert95 (at) gmail (dot) com or on Twitter at MelissaAlbert27. She loves to talk all things writing, gymnastics, soccer, singing, acting, dancing...the list goes on and on!

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  1. Right to Bare Arms Synopsis: Thou shall not use your shot gun to fish nor allow your dog to do his business in your neighbor's yard. Such are the ancient laws of the small island country of Muscles. Forced to abide by such ridiculous mandates due to an old witch's curse, King Fear's only goal is to keep his country from sinking into the sea. How can he do that when his own cup-bearer's daughter, Maya, doesn't believe in curses and threatens to rebel? Each time a law is broken, the country gets closer and closer to their destiny---shark bait. But is that the real reason?

    The show is a farce Including characters that sing most of their lines and Belle, who thinks she's a fairly tale character. I'm excited about directing it then submitting to my editor for publication in 2016. Thanks for your interest! Blessings to you in your writing career!

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  2. This sounds awesome. I would love to actually see it performed one day! Best of luck with this and everything else you pursue!

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