Melissa's March: A Daughters of Evolution Novel by Flo Parfitt
Book 3 of the Daughters of Evolution Series
The third book in the Daughters of Evolution series shows how women have continued to march on for their rights and changed history. In Melissa’s March, read about Sara Dewberry's great-grandaughter, Melissa, who lives during the feminist movement of the 1970s through the 1990s.
Flo Parfitt is a lifelong student, attending schools, seminars, workshops and other educational programs throughout her life. She attended Northeast Wisconsin Technical College and Downer College in Milwaukee. Most recently, she completed a program at Rubart Writing Academy and currently is enrolled in Lifelong Learning Institute at University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. She worked as a business manager at Everson, Whitney, Everson & Brehm, S.C. law offices, Seering & Company Advertising Agency, and Warner Bros Television.
She’s published in several trade journals including the Wisconsin Bar Journal, Callaghan’s Law Office Management, Integrated Office Technologies “The Word”, “Footsteps”, a writer’s showcase published by the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and other publications.
She has worked with Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) for abused and neglected children and various charitable causes. She is a member of the League of Women Voters, The Green Bay Area Writers Guild, and Authors & Allies writers’ groups.
Flo is in the process of writing a series based on more than 100 years of American history. She writes historical fiction with an emphasis on strong women. The first in this series, Sara’s Sacrifice, was released in October of 2019 and sold in nine countries. The novel is about a suffragette who sacrificed everything. Book two, Ella Endures follows Sara's daughter, Ella from Prohibition thru the Great Depression and WWII. For more information on Flo and updates on her publications, visit her Facebook page @FloParfittAuthor.