Kelly Jameson is the author of Shards of Summer, which Ken Bruen, best-selling author of Once Were Cops, calls "The Great Gatsby for the beach generation." Jameson is also the author of the thriller Dead On, film-optioned and Runner-Up in the 2006 DIY Los Angeles Book Festival. Kat Martin, New York Times best-selling author with over 11 million books in print calls Dead On "Brilliant. A chilling erotic suspense that will send shivers down your spine. A sensuous, gripping tale of murder through the ages." Jameson's short stories have been published in various places, including Maxim Jakubowski's Mammoth Book of Best New Erotica (volumes 8 and 9) and Sex in the City Paris, The Summerset Review, American Drivel, Twisted Tongue, The Tangled Bank: Love, Wonder, and Evolution, Withersin Magazine, and Ramble Underground. She is a member of the Horror Writers Association. She is repped by Eileen Cope of Trident in New York.
The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold
In the Cut by Susanna Moore
My novel, What Remained of Katrina, was named in the top 3% of nearly 500 blinded entries from 10 countries in the 2009 Leapfrog Press fiction contest. It's not about Christmas. Boxtox. Wallpaper. Places where there are no storms. Set in post-Katrina New Orleans, it's about life during and after a hurricane. About a sarcastic, irreverent, gritty woman who knows her way around catastrophe. And who thinks she's van Gogh reincarnated.
Finding a cure for breast cancer; helping women's shelters.
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