Lansing court reporter publishes romance novel

Lansing court reporter Kristie Dickinson’s first romance novel, “Nine Days in Greece,” recently debuted on in e-book form.
The story follows Katie Collins, an over-40 woman who is headed on her first vacation in more than a year. While waiting for a flight from Athens to Crete, Collins spots an attractive young man and she ends up sitting next to him on the plane. The story follows Collins through the next several days while she vacations in Crete.
Dickinson was motivated to write “Nine Days in Greece” after traveling to Greece herself.
“I was inspired to write this romance novel when I flew to Crete and was seated next to a very young and handsome Greek man. Imagining what might have happened was the fun part,” Dickinson said. “I’ve always loved romance novels because it’s so fun to escape reality for a while to the perfect guy who will always say and do the right thing.” 

Dickinson has been a court reporter for 24 years. She is owner of Dickinson Reporting, Inc.  “Nine Days in Greece” is currently available in e-book format from