A teacher for nearly 20 years, she was one of only two educators in North Florida to receive the Florida Center for Teachers Award from the Florida Humanities Council and was chosen to present a seminar on Creek Indian Ceremonials. She later was recognized as one of three teachers to be awarded the distinguished Reading Renaissance Master Classroom Certification from the Renaissance Learning Institute.
The Trackers Series.
Mickey writes paranormal mystery suspense books that explore the customs and traditions of Native American Indians. She was an appointee to the Long Range Planning and Economic Development Council of the Florida Tribe of Eastern Creek Indians and is affiliated with the Muskogee Nation of Florida. Each of The Trackers Series books features a different recurring character from an indigenous Indian tribe with unique psychic abilities.
Mickey graduated from Florida State University and draws upon her diverse background as an amateur ethnomusicologist and accomplished musician to insert multiculturalism and the arts into her stories. She was a story analyst in Los Angeles and is a member of Sisters in Crime (SinC), Society of Children's Books Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI), National Association of Independent Writers and Editors (NAIWE), and American Copy Editors Society (ACES).
Mickey MorningGlory strives to write exciting stories that merge fiction with facts. Her involvement with Native indigenous tribes has made her—as she has been called—"a friend of many fires." She crafts her stories in her "Little Itty-Bitty Barn" (LIB-B) writing studio in the Northwest Florida woods.