Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Angee Taylor Author Blitz

We had the opportunity ask Angee a few This or That questions. See what she had to say.
Beer or Wine?                                                  Wine
Ebook or Paperback?                                       Ebook (I can carry many with me at once)
Tattoos or No Tattoos?                                     Tattoos (HOT if they are done right)
Long Hair or Short hair (on men)?                      Short
Mcdonalds or Burger King?                               McDonalds
Scary Movies or Romantic Comedies?               Romantic Comedies (I'm a scaredy cat)
Chocolate or Vanilla?                                         Vanilla with Chocolate Sauce
Lavender scent or Vanilla scent?                         Vanilla
Candy or No Candy?                                         Candy
Genre specific writer or multi genre?                   Genre Specific

 Author Bio
Angee was born in Houston, Texas in 1977, to an interesting family. Her mother and father separated when she was young. She lived with her mother who later remarried a wonderful man, who had a huge impact on her as she grew up. Angee has always had a love of reading, mostly paranormal. As a child, she would sneak up at late night when her mom thought she was sleeping, to read. They moved around a lot, eventually settling in Deep East Texas. Angee married at a young age and eventually divorced. She has raised her now 16 year old son alone. Angee works full time as a pre-hospital nurse and sometimes sees things that would make the rest of us have nightmares. On other days, she is blessed to see miracles. These things are what drive her to write.
In 2006, she was diagnosed with a rare disease, shortly after that she was told she would be on full disability in five years and most likely to be dead in ten. She’s fought to live a normal life every day since and is beating those odds. She works at a demanding job, is a single mom, cares for an elderly mother, and two dogs.
Angee describes her job as- “I fight to save people’s lives. Sometimes I lose, sometimes I win. It's the emotional roller coaster of that job, which leads me to writing. I'm able to put those emotions into my characters and let them out of my heart and soul.”


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