Marti Melville is an American novelist and screenwriter known for her debut novel series, The Deja Vu Chronicles.
Her third book in the series is due to be released in 2015. The Déjà vu Chronicles has been written for feature film production and a major studio based in Hollywood is currently considering the screenplays. With the fourth book in The Déjà vu Chronicles currently in development, Marti has expanded her writing to include screenwriting, ghostwriting and editing.
She is owner of Midnight Omen Productions, LLC, an entertainment company dedicated to promoting excellence in entertainment through the production of quality screenplay, poetry and novels. She is currently co-writing a medical thriller due to be released in early 2016.
Marti continues to write novels, introducing the idea of fictional probability linked to historical events. Before Marti found her true calling as a successful author, she had long established her career in the medical field, specializing in Emergency and Trauma nursing.
Marti spent several years working between Utah and California in various ER's, as a Mobile Intensive Care Nurse and medical personnel for the 2002 Winter Olympics, all the while raising her five children as a single mother. She has a background in dance, music and acting as well. Marti currently resides in Southern California and is actively involved in several charitable organization for more about these organizations she holds dear to her.
"Because everyone should experience love in the Caribbean...at least once in a lifetime.”
-Marti Melville (Quoted by: Cornell Univ, Historically Best Quotes)
"When the vision fills your brain and passion hits your gut, the need to write it down cannot be stifled".
- Marti Melville
Latest from Marti’s Blog
Multi-tasking the Writing Process That's a rather odd picture to place in a blog post about the process of writing ... ... Unless, of course, you are one of those strange people who carry the need to write with every beat of your text-sodden heart. To writers, this strange image makes sense. It's literally