M.R. Street’s debut novel, “Blue Rock Rescue,” won first place in the 2010 Royal Palm Literary Awards (Elementary/Middle-Grade Fiction – Published). It’s an action-adventure story about facing your fears and overcoming guilt. Her second novel is a young adult urban fantasy, “The Werewolf’s Daughter,” which explores mother-daughter relationships, cultural stereotypes, and (of course) werewolf lore. It received the gold medal in Young Adult Fiction from the Florida Authors and Publishers Association. The sequel, “The Hunter’s Moon,” is packed with action and danger (including more werewolves) and further exploration of cultural stereotypes. The book includes “discussion starters.” M.R.’s workshops include fun writing prompts such as the opening sentence, the protagonist and other key characters, the importance of having and solving conflict, poetry word banks, and other aspects of writing. She adjusts her subject matter and style to fit the age group.