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Wendi Knape

Wendi Knape lives in the greater Detroit area and is married to a very intelligent, wonderful man, which resulted in two smart, beautiful, girls that are the joy and laughter in her life. With a day job as a barista at a very popular coffee house, she has the time to dream up as many indecent sex scenes that her heart desires. Wendi, always ready to create, still finds time to paint, draw, and make jewelry, but never forgets Tuesday release day at the bookstore. There’s always another romance novel to read. You can find her at www.wendiknape.com or on www.deadwoodwriters.org.
Twitter: @wendjowrites or on FB: @wendiknapeauthor

Bingo!

“B-13!” Mercy Mia sounded off at the head of the room. Ellie looked up at her friend, Mercury Martin. His lips were a dark red tonight with an edge of gloss with liner to bring out the shape. He had shadowed eyes that added sultry to the girl […]

Dancin’ at Shades

Conrad Bastian pulled up and parked at Shade’s, the local gathering place and all he could think about was poppin’ a cap on a cold one. The engine clicked and pinged when he shut it off. He sat takin’ just a second to breathe and relax. Getting out […]

Dirty Laundry and Dimples

Previously posted at Deadwood Writers Voices, February 10th Pop and snap, pop and snap, it was an incessantly annoying tempo that was making her jaw clench. Yvette turned her head to stare at the woman chewing the gum hoping the laser death glare she shot that way would […]

Under the Table

If you missed this over at Deadwood Writers Voices, here is a character from Hot Blacktop that gets his name dropped only once. Frederick St. John, or Rick as his friends called him, pushed open the heavy carved door of his restaurant, On the Rocks. A cab had […]

Out Now! Hot Blacktop

  Hot Blacktop’s arrival has been a treasured ride. It started as a free write and morphed into something that caused countless hours of questions. Dreams woke me in the middle of the night. A few name changes occurred. My motorcycle racing consultant thought I wouldn’t be able […]