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Mickey MorningGlory

MICKEY MORNINGGLORY ~ Mickey (who writes under the pen names Mickey Middleton, Michelle Busby, and M. M. Busby) writes paranormal mystery suspense books that explore the customs and traditions of Native American Indians. An appointee to the Long Range Planning and Economic Development Council of the Florida Tribe of Eastern Creek Indians, she is affiliated with the Muskogee Nation of Florida. 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 is a member of Sisters in Crime (SinC), Women's Fiction Writers Association (WFWA), 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 writing studio in Northwest Florida.


THE TRACKERS SERIES ~ Clairvoyant Trackers are valuable resources for law enforcement agencies and the United States Government because of their unique ability to hunt down criminals and missing persons using the specially developed powers of their minds. In the beliefs of the American Indians, experts at tracking game and enemies, the seventh child of a seventh child is gifted with second sight and can be trained to become a Tracker. The Trackers Team is made up of the unique descendants of legendary trackers from different Indian tribes who possess the rare gift of second sight and its psychic powers. Each of The Trackers Series books features a different recurring character from an indigenous Indian tribe with unique psychic abilities.

BACKTRACK: THE SCOUT'S STORY ~ Noah Lightfoot, the youngest member of the elite psychic Trackers Team, is a remote viewer with a photographic memory. He learns that an evil shape shifting outlaw has been using highly developed extrasensory powers to achieve personal gain and murder by backtracking into the past to alter the present. Noah and the team of Native American Trackers must find the Outlaw and put time back on its natural course. Set in rural Northwest Florida, BACKTRACK highlights the customs and ceremonies of the Florida Tribe of Eastern Creek Indians. The book includes language translations and a pronunciation guide for Spanish and Muskogee Creek words and phrases. 
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MIST: THE BLOODHOUND'S STORY ~ Dane Lightfoot must use his psychic smelling gift as a clairscent to trace perfumes and fragrances laced with deadly black market ecstasy. His track leads him to the acclaimed Sense of Smell Institute where his heightened olfactory abilities are both a help and a hindrance to his investigation. Against the backdrop of the New York City perfume industry, MIST contrasts the laid back Seminole Indian lifestyle with the bustling big city melting pot. The book includes language translations and a pronunciation guide for Spanish and Muskogee Creek words and phrases.
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KACHINA: THE SNAPSHOT'S STORY ~ Raven Lookingbird Lightfoot must use her psychic spontaneous drawing gift as a portrait clairvoyant to locate 28 ancient carved Kachina figures which have been stolen. Tawa, the Sun god, is angry, and in his wrath, the townspeople and Raven's two unborn babies are endangered. Set within the snowy backdrop of the Arizona mountains and the Prescott Valley below, KACHINA highlights the Yavapai and Hopi Indians and the revered Hopi Kachinas. The book includes language translations and a pronunciation guide for Spanish, Muskogee Creek, Hopi, and Yavapai words and phrases.
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OUROBOROS: THE ECHO'S STORY ~ Returning to his home after the death of his father, Graham Skysong learns that a sacred Enemy Way song has been stolen and corrupted, turning sand paintings into deadly weapons. With the help of his new bride's father and brother, Graham must use his psychic hearing gift as a clairaudient to track down the killer and spare the world from the wrath of the weaponized Ouroboros—the snake that eats its tail. Set on the New Mexico Reservation of the Navajo Nation, OUROBOROS highlights customs surrounding the Navajo Indian lifestyle. The book includes language translations and a pronunciation guide for Spanish, Muskogee Creek, and Navajo words and phrases.
Available as e-book and in print!
LIAHONA: THE COMPASS'S STORY ~ The clairvoyant Trackers Team leader Liahona Thistleseed unearths a centuries-old brass compass called a Liahona. When the compass shows him more than basic cardinal directions, Lee must use his psychic remote viewing abilities to follow its course, discovering a secret group of people who have survived over 50 generations. Set across the southern and eastern United States, LIAHONA leads a proud Mohawk Indian descendant of Hiawatha back to the original roots of his ancestors. The book includes language translations and a pronunciation guide for Spanish, Muskogee Creek, Navajo, and Mohawk words and phrases.
Released October 2019 as e-book and in print!