Dacia M Arnold

Mom, Author, SuperWoman

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Dacia M Arnold is an author of adult light science fiction. She enjoys writing main characters who are otherwise normal people with extraordinary abilities.

To say Dacia is an author and a mother would only be scratching the surface. She an avid karaoke singer, master crafter and a thrift-ster. She is also a ten-year Army veteran and served two tours of combat as a medic.

From a young age, her imagination lent itself to short stories and poems. Like most girls, her father is her hero. Dacia moved every three years since she was born, as with most military families, allowing her to reinvent herself with new friends. Later in life, as she followed her father’s boot prints by joining the military. Dacia spent fifteen months working in Baghdad Emergency room. There she lay witness to both horrors and miracles. While she was away for her second deployment, Dacia lost her best friend to domestic violence. Since her passing, Dacia served as a victim advocate until her time in the military ended. Now, to help others, she speaks out often in social media platforms to encourage victims of their own strength and informs them of options to get help.

Dacia blogs about being a writer, a mom of two and the struggles therein. She sometimes incorporates life with her railroad conductor husband in Denver, Colorado and a few diy projects. When in rare form, she will share stories about her time in the military, her medical experiences, short fiction stories, and very rarely a poem.

Dacia’s first full length novel incorporates almost every aspect of her life. APPARENT POWER is an award-winning story following a mother on a journey to find her son before a rising, post-apocalyptic government does. The main character will stop at nothing to ensure her son’s safety. Apparent Power is due to be released by Immortal Works Press in 2018.

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2 thoughts on “About

  1. Love your bio! I had no idea your husband was a real railroad conductor. I thought being a railroad wife was a metaphor I missed.

    • Hahahaha. Oh my, it could be a metaphor for so many things. Thank you for the feedback. Just got my headshots in and had to update everything.

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