Gabrielle F. Culmer

About the Author

Instagram: @gfculmer 


Gabrielle F. Culmer is a self-published fiction author of Easing Distractions (2019), Where Lives Lead (2017), Arrive by Dusk, Restoring Patterns (2016), Damp Whisper, A Matter of Keeping, two collections of poetry, Glenely Bay and Nostalgia from Paris (2014), Blue Streams to Paradise (2006), and a family history travel book, The Eleutherian Voyagers and Beyond (2018). She qualified at universities in New York, Chicago, London and Canterbury, as well as obtained an executive certificate in International Affairs Advocacy in Geneva in 2017.


Her novels are considered to be timeless classics influenced by her early hybrid education in both the United States and the United Kingdom with a wide range of subjects from humanities and business to law. She has been influenced by her travels to London, Paris, Geneva, and New York as well as legal suspense and business startups. Her novels also appreciate the arts, history, professional lifestyles in major cities or idyllic quiet communities, as well as causes dear to her heart and the dynamics of relationships.


She has been quoted to be a believer in “Write what you know,” as stated in her Archway publishing blog 2018 and wrote about Character and Topic development. Also, to “Visualize It” as in her Southern Writers Magazine Suite T blog in May 2018, regarding keeping motivated when writing a novel. She stresses the ability to travel to favorite destinations, and to write from memory or experience.


In her spare time, she is committed to sustainable travel, researching history, attending art exhibitions, horseback riding from her early teens, attending charity events, and creative studies.