Imagine having a dream and then seeing it come true. I can relate to Jesse in my book, A Jamerican Dream because it's a story of hope and never giving up. I always wanted to be a writer and didn't pursue it until six years ago. Now my dream is now realized. Hopefully, you will visit this site often. You might need to get away from the everyday doldrums for just a moment. Visualize getting swept away on the island of Jamaica or visiting a sexy new club in Jersey..come along for the ride in A Jamerican Dream and Eklypse.
I was always a creative person but didn't discover my passion for writing until ten years ago when I attended Lehman College. I have been writing ever since but didn't pursue it as a career until six years ago. The idea of writing a book came to me during a dream. I found my passion and haven't look back.
My writing is simple and straight to the point. No Purple Prose for me... I spend a lot of time developing the characters. You have to know your hero and heroine inside out for them to come to life. I want my readers to talk about my heroine Jesse as if she was real. I work hard to make my characters distinctive.
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Happy April, the flowers are blooming and the weather is warming up. Spring is my favorite time of year and hopefully, you'll be hearing a lot more from me. Hope you all had a fantastic weekend like I did...went to Serengeti Tea Bar tea bar in Harlem on 125th Street between Madison & Fifth...quaint little spot that I highly recommend.
Missing a page, I have moved my romance novels to it's own website.
It's hard to believe we're in the 4th month of 2019. My writing projects are on track and No Ordinary Girl a spin-off series of Eklypse will be released in May. I will keep you posted on the exact date.
Don't forget to check out my romance novels on my new website:https://www.karlenepitters.com/