List of titles by author Cara Brookins

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Cara Brookins is the author of the young adult Timeshifters trilogy: Mark of the Centipede, Mark of the Serpent, and Mark of the Spider and the middle grade Gadget Geeks and Doris Free novels. She has just finished a new adult novel, Little Boy Blu and a women's comedy about divorce and voodoo. She is currently working on a thriller based on the real events of the 3500 square-foot home she and her four children built from the ground up. Motivational lectures and writing lectures take her to conferences across the nation. Cara currently works as a full time senior computer programmer/systems analyst for the city of Little Rock and a staff writer for Riddle.com. She has also worked as freelance writer for the Arkansas Democrat Gazette writing front page features for their inserts and transcribed documents for UALR's Sequoyah Research Center where she was the technical editor for a collection of Native American D.W.C. Duncan's articles from the early 1900's. A number of her essays have appeared in UALR's Quills and Pixels publication. For more information, follow Cara's website and blog at : www.carabrookins.com or join over 100,000 followers on Twitter @cmbrookins.
Cara Brookins is the author of the young adult Timeshifters trilogy: Mark of the Centipede, Mark of the Serpent, and Mark of the Spider and the middle grade Gadget Geeks and Doris Free novels. She has just finished a new adult novel, Little Boy Blu and a women's comedy about divorce and voodoo. She is currently working on a thriller based on the real events of the 3500 square-foot home she and her four children built from the ground up. Motivational lectures and writing lectures take her to conferences across the nation. Cara currently works as a full time senior computer programmer/systems analyst for the city of Little Rock and a staff writer for Riddle.com. She has also worked as freelance writer for the Arkansas Democrat Gazette writing front page features for their inserts and transcribed documents for UALR's Sequoyah Research Center where she was the technical editor for a collection of Native American D.W.C. Duncan's articles from the early 1900's. A number of her essays have appeared in UALR's Quills and Pixels publication. For more information, follow Cara's website and blog at : www.carabrookins.com or join over 100,000 followers on Twitter @cmbrookins.
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