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Southwest Spotlight and Quest for the Ghost Orchid
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A story that asks the question: Is love eternal? The answer is wrapped in aura of the ghost orchid.
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Many journalists look forward to the day they publish their first novel, while some perfect their news reporting and become famous for their expertise and notoriety, their awards and recognition.  I started out in journalism but took a wide swath through grant writing, edit gigs for major corporate publications and public relations materials.  Then, I wrote novels.  The recent Ghost Orchid was a work of inspiration full of the beauty that so overwhelms me when I visit the Everglades and touched with the beauty of love as I shared my writing experience with my muse.

Southwest Spotlight is a newsprint magazine just under a year old that has a 20,000 distribution to households and racks in well-traveled Southwest Florida locations.  It's an exciting magazine because it tells a story about local events and special places, a story that is enjoyed by people in the local community.  The writers are a combination of journalists and storytellers.  I am one of the contributors.  I'm a member of the Naples Press Club and a writer for Southwest Spotlight among my credits, after I wrote my novel and my short stories.  I write an article monthly.  My first August article? " Quest for the Ghost Orchid."'

The online version is found at www.swspotlight.com . www.dkchristi.com