Mickey MorningGlory 



Author Mickey MorningGlory is a former school teacher, singer, storyteller, and musician. Her diverse background includes American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA), Muskogee Nation of Florida, civic light opera, ethnomusicology, and theater. 
She is a member of Sisters in Crime (SinC), Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI), American Copy Editors Society (ACES), and National Association of Independent Writers and Editors (NAIWE)

The Trackers Series books are multicultural paranormal mysteries which feature a team of Native American Indians with psychic abilities who hunt criminals and missing persons using the extrasensory powers of their minds. Each book highlights the unique psychic gifts and cultural heritage of a different member of the Trackers Team and the way in which the Team combines its talents and backgrounds to solve crimes. A past appointee to the Long Range Planning and Economic Development Council of the Florida Tribe of Eastern Creek Indians, Mickey's involvement with Native indigenous tribes has made her—as she has been called—"a friend of many fires." 

Her Small Tails of True Love picture books for children—written under the name of Mickey Middleton—focus on important life lessons of love, friendship, and acceptance. They are inspired by nature around her Northwest Florida home and the small creatures that visit LIB-B, her "Little Itty-Bitty Barn" writing studio in the woods.