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Gypsy Reed

Gypsy Reed
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    Crime Fiction Thrillers Suspense Action & Adventure Contemporary Romance Romantic Suspense Paranormal Romance Dark Romance & Erotica Humor Fantasy Horror Poetry
  • Country: United States
  • Books: 3
  • Profession: Author
  • Born: 4 February
  • Member Since: Apr 2019
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  • Followers: 6
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BIOGRAPHY

Gypsy Reed is the alter ego of a small-town Texas mom who spent her youth devouring books and daydreaming of fantastical storylines.
She penned her first romance at 15 on a Smith Corona typewriter. A life-long unabashed fan of literature and music, her tastes are as eclectic as a heterogeneous orgy.
She enjoys defying/twisting typical romance conventions for the purpose of exciting and tantalizing readers. Shocking, climactic endings are what she loves to read and write.
Her Chronicles of Chloe series delves into serious issues concerning women, not the least of which are a career, fertility and domestic abuse with a pull no punches honesty. It’s part steamy second chance romance, part mystery, part survivor story, that makes for one hell of a compelling narrative.
Gypsy admits to an obsession with Tarantino flicks, French Bulldogs, The Brontë Sisters (especially Emily), the TV series Supernatural, the musical genius of Amy Winehouse, and believes pie is always better than cake any day. But if you have a strong cup of coffee and a desire to dive deep into a book discussion she’ll happily take a slice of cake after all good storytelling much like life itself is never as easy as pie.

Gypsy Reed Books

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Chronicles of Chloe: the complete series
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Chronicles of Chloe: the complete seriesby Gypsy ReedContemporary Romance Romantic Suspense
Tru Murphy (Knights of Mayhem Book 1)
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Tru Murphy (Knights of Mayhem Book 1)by Gypsy ReedPublish: Oct 13, 2018Series: Knights of Mayhem MCCrime Fiction Romantic Suspense
Hummingbird
Hummingbirdby Gypsy ReedPublish: Mar 01, 2020Series: Knights of Mayhem MCCrime Fiction Romantic Suspense

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    • AllAuthor AllAuthor 8 months ago
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    • What is that one thing you think readers generally don't know about your specific genre?
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      • Gypsy Reed Gypsy Reed 8 months ago
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      • I think those that dislike the romance genre simply have not read a good romance novel. It has everything you could want in an engaging story, including the sexy bits.
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      • Gypsy Reed Gypsy Reed 8 months ago
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      • I always do and always will. I have not received any negative reviews, but I would heed them and use them to become better. If a reader takes the time to review one of my books, I will not snub their efforts by not reading what they have written about my work.
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      • Finding the time to write and working with my muse who is often fickle and sings to me when I am incapable of putting fingers to keyboard.
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      • Paid reviews. Enough said. Getting reviews is especially difficult for an indie author. Fake reviews whether paid or not are the bane of any struggling writer's existence.
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      • Since I write romance it would have to be the sexy bits. I don't know how it feels to be a man, but I have a vivid imagination and I use it well.
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      • I want to write a story or series that resonates with readers. It doesn't have to be a bestseller, it only has to be embraced and appreciated by fans. I would like to be one reader's favorite author.
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      • I would publish sooner, either traditionally or as an indie like I am now. Honestly, I don't know if I could give up the total control I have over my art as it stands to be an indie. I would have nailed down the art of blogging successfully first maybe ten years ago. I would have studied digital design and marketing instead of only literature in college.
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    • AllAuthor AllAuthor 9 months ago
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    • How do you think concepts such as Kindle, and e-books have changed the present or future of reading?
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      • I wrote a flash fiction piece for my blog called "The Net" that pokes fun at what social media will do to literature/literacy in the future. But I think it's a good thing, any steps we take to improve literacy and knowledge can't be bad. I think books are going to evolve along with technology, or what we think of as books.
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      • I would choose horror. I like shocking readers, and it's also my second favorite genre to read. There's a lot you can do with a scary story. I have written some short stories that fill the bill.
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    • AllAuthor AllAuthor 9 months ago
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    • Writing can be an emotionally draining and stressful pursuit. Any tips for aspiring writers?
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      • Gypsy Reed Gypsy Reed 9 months ago
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      • Work on more than one project at a time, when you get burned out from one WIP, dig into another. This is very beneficial if you write in more than one genre. I write mostly romance, but thankfully there are so many subgenres, I have a good variety to sink my typing fingers into. Don't stop writing, that's generally a mistake, make it a habit every day. You can vary how many pages you write, but that's all. A lapse in creativity creates more of that, so don't do it. It's dangerous stuff!
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