Introducing Collette Jackson-Fink, author of Daughters of Twilight

“Outskirts Press was amazing! Brie was outstanding and quickly handled any problems that I had. Jamie and Jackie were also awesome in helping me get through some very tough spots. The publishing production team was professional and patient and I would recommend Outskirts Press to anyone who has a dream to write. You guys are fantastic! I look forward to working with you again!”

Collette Jackson-Fink has been writing stories since she was 13 years old. She’s written several short stories, poems, a screenplay with some published. A Persian Gulf veteran, Collette works as a Respiratory Therapist at a trauma medical center in her home state of Iowa with her husband of 31years, son Alex, daughter Ashley and four grand-children.

Product description…

“A quiet little city in the Midwest town of Waterloo, Iowa is about to come to life…with angels! When an earthquake measuring seven hits Waterloo, a huge black pyramid shaped tower pushes it’s way up through a corn field in Blackhawk County spinning the city into the national spot light. It’s thought that the “Black Tower” is dormant, but when special tactical teams are sent inside to investigate, special team member Dane Coles is confronted by the impossible…a beautiful creature that has been cursed and cast down into oblivion within the Garden of Eden, using the ‘Black Tower’ as a doorway to the surface….”

One thought on “Introducing Collette Jackson-Fink, author of Daughters of Twilight

  1. Congratulations on your book! I will soon experience that joy you felt, when you saw your vision become a reality and held your work in your hands. Dave M Meyer—upcoming Book from Outskirts titled Dishing Up My Life

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