Michele E. Gwynn is a freelance journalist in San Antonio. She writes for newspapers, magazines, and online websites like Examiner.com (under the categories of Film, Animal Rights, and Sex and Relationships), Alwayz Therro Magazine, FashionErotica Digital, and more. She also edits websites and books. Prior to her career in writing, Ms. Gwynn worked first as a referral coordinator, billing manager, then office manager for a dermatology practice.
Gwynn has published seven books; two in the genre of erotic criminal suspense, Exposed: The Education of Sarah Brown (Kriminal Erotic Series Book I), and Book II, The Evolution of Elsa Kreiss; two in the horror genre, Harvest (Book I in the Harvest Trilogy) and Book II, Celluloss; and one children's fiction, The Cat Who Wanted to be a Reindeer. She also recently published Camael's Gift and Camael’s Battle (Angelic Host Series, an action/adventure spiritual romance novellas), and Murder in the Vale: The Ghosts of Cardiff Series published by Beau Coup LLC, the kick-off to a new murder-mystery series coming out in 2015.
For discriminating bibliophiles, there is also a science fiction short published in a charity book for which all funds raised will help build a new library: Tales and Poems from Universal City, Texas (Synthesis by Michele E. Gwynn)
As if that weren't enough, she has published adult short stories under the pen name Xaviera Snow. (On Amazon.com)
Much of her career has been spent interviewing all manner of celebrities for Examiner.com, and hometown newspaper and magazines. Life has been kind, and these interviews can be found on her blog over at micheleegwynnauthor.com. She resides in the small town of Schertz, Texas on the northeast side of San Antonio with her four felines who so graciously allow her to reside in their home.