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Lois Melbourne's Debut Novel, MORAL CODE, Recently Published

by Writing Workshops Staff

A month ago


Lois Melbourne's Debut Novel, MORAL CODE, Recently Published

by Writing Workshops Staff

A month ago


Congratulations to workshop alum Lois Melbourne! Her debut novel, Moral Code, was recently published in September 2022 and reached an Amazon #1 New Release in metaphysical science fiction in October!

Learn more about Lois and her work below:

Describe your work (influences, interests, etc.) and what you're working on now.

I'm working on a new novel focused on the power of women working together and building their networks. It provides a nod to many incredible women in history, but is definitely not historical fiction.

What are your short term (1 year) and long term writing goals (5 years from now)? 

I will complete my first draft of this next novel in the next six months. In the long term I want to write and publish in multiple genres.

What class(es) did you take/are you taking with Writing Workshops?

30 Poems in 30 Days with Sarah Carson.

What did you enjoy most about your class(es) with Writing Workshops?

I enjoyed the interactivity between fellow classmates and honest feedback from Sarah.

BIO: Originally a software entrepreneur, Lois Melbourne's first published books came after she sold her company. "STEM Club Goes Exploring" and "Kids Go To Work Day" are for 9 - 12 year old's and aimed at career exploration. Moral Code is her first novel and Lois also ghostwrites for corporate executive teams who want unified messages addressing political and social justice pieces, but want to portray the individual voices of their members. Visit Lois at her website here.