February 15, 2019
It gives us great pleasure to welcome K’Anne Meinel as the guest on Episode 203 – If You Don’t Know Me, where the heck have you been? K’Anne Meinel joins us to talk about her works, and the Queer awards competition she runs. Give a listen to a great conversation!
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Books mentioned in this episode:
- Ships by Shadoe Publishing
Bio: K’Anne Meinel, pronounced Kay-Anne My-Null (in Europe) and My-Nell (in America), is an American author born and raised in Wisconsin. While she has lived in central and southern California, she always returns home to roost. K’Anne professes to write books that she would like to read. Through her novels, novellas, and short stories, she has grown into a writer who is willing to expand her horizons. She fearlessly steps out of her comfort zone in order to allow the reader, through her words, to savor the experiences of her life.
K’Anne is the mistress of sarcasm and double entendre, with a wicked tongue-in-cheek sense of humor that many find addictive; she has a special way with words. Her descriptions paint visions in your mind and her words fuel your imagination. Named the lesbian Danielle Steel of her time, she has been featured in the Huffington Post for her detailed and gripping storylines. In 2018 she was named a USA Today Best-Selling author! Befriend or ‘like’ her on Facebook and follow her on Twitter to keep up-to-date on her latest books, stories, and career. You are sure to find something you will enjoy. K’Anne also welcomes your email comments, suggestions, or advice – but don’t hold your breath waiting for her to put it into practice.
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