I have a wild imagination

a constant stream of chatter going on between my ears

and I love to write

this is the spot where I put some of it down

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You’ll

find

monsters

murder

mayhem

sex

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There’ll also be some whiskey, some 4-inch heels, and some snark

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You’ve been warned

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Represented by Kimberly Brower
Brower Literary & Management
phone: 646-854-6073
website: http://browerliterary.com/

14 thoughts on “

  1. I sent a tweet and would love your response. I have a Y story about two girls, one white, the other black. They discover their similarities and become good friends. Is this going to help the diversity issue? I don’t talk about racial problems only the life they have in common. The white girl comes from a less affluent family and envies the black girl owning her own horse and competing. I need to feel I’m not going to get people angry that I don’t bring in past history but am creating social equality! Sheri Levy
    http://www.sherslevy.com

    • Hi Sheri, I’m not really sure what you mean by “help the diversity issue”. I personally think exposing ourselves and our children to as many different types of people on all kinds of levels, not just race, is always helpful so long as we’re not perpetuating ugly stereotypes. Just because you have a diverse cast does not mean you have to discuss “racial problems.” My books are full of people of all races, sexual orientations, and the like and there is no discussion of racial problems or LGBT problems or whatever. They simply are.

    • Hi Shohini, thanks for stopping by my blog and an extra special thanks for nominating me for the Brotherhood of the World Award – sweet! This is my second nomination in as many days so let me bounce on out of here and get to working on my post. Thanks again and I love your blog – you’re a total word warrior, girlfriend. ♥♥

    • Thanks, Elle. As exciting as it was to finish, I was SO sad to part ways with Wyatt and Dev. But Dutch and Juma have been keeping me occupied the last few months, so it’s all good. Just put the finishing touches on their first book, THE NINE DEATHS OF DUTCH MATHEWS, and now it’s onto the first book in The Sanctum Series, THE WARRIORS, and more Ryker and Jools. Sheesh. It never ends, but I wouldn’t have it any other way. Hope your writing is going well…thanks for stopping by. XX

  2. Waiting with bated breath for your next books…are Dutch and Juma two separate books? R either one of them available yet?

    • Thanks for the sweet note, Rebecca – you have no idea what that phrase “bated breath” does to me. Dutch and Juma are two separate books, part of a series I’m currently working on called The Keeper Series. Dutch is book I in the series and Juma is book II. Neither is out yet, although Dutch is finished – Dutch is currently being shopped around for a publishing deal so please cross your fingers and toes for it. Juma is my current work-in-progress. Thanks again for stopping by and showering me in sweet words.

      be magic – Madhuri

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