About

Melly Tude

My first career was in engineering. I have a B.S. in chemical engineering and a M.S. and doctorate in fuel science.  After spending five years in the auto industry, I resigned in 2013 to become a stay-at-home mother and pursue a career in writing. Since then, I launched a freelance writing business and concurrently held various roles with Scribe Publishing Company: project manager, editorial assistant and business manager (presently). I  volunteered as a copyeditor with Hippocampus Magazine for one year.

I’m currently developing the premise for a dystopian fiction novel and outlining another novel a friend and I cooked-up in 2015. I wrote Undone in 2014 and am working to revise it as I prepare to pitch it to agents!

Mel’s interests include nurturing her boys, gardening, whole-foods cooking/blogging, cheering her husband on at VSCDA races, reading, philosophizing, writing, making pottery, traveling and spending time with friends and family. .

MelCorrigan.com is a blog about life and perceptions. Passionate about submitting only to the verdict of one’s own mind and advocating for choice, Mel writes about themes such as community, education, dynamic versus static existence, binary versus romantic (complex) considerations, using control volumes to assess situations and perspectives.

 

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  1. Hey Mel: Love the WordPress website. I am long overdue to put together a good website since our move to UMich. Would you be interested in reviewing a paper on Hydrogen IC engines? I am serving as an Associate Editor for Energy & Fuels these days. regards, Andre

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