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My Klout score ranges from 54 to 57. I have written and self-published four books, and my author Twitter account consists of 40,000 followers. I am the owner and Editor-in-Chief of Inigo Online Magazine; and we have ten volunteer staff members. Inigo has 16,000 subscribers, 10,000 Twitter followers and 4,500 Facebook followers. I also run the Facebook page Reading, Writing & Everything Between which has 1,000 followers.
I am looking for an agent to represent my work (One general fiction, one romance, one YA paranormal romance trilogy and one YA romance/adventure series), descriptions for each title found below in the 'Best-known Projects' section.
I am also working on a memoir called THE AWAKENING OF A PIMP'S DAUGHTER about the year I awakened from fundamentalist to researching my way out to coming to a true understanding of unconditional love and spirtuality by becoming a free thinking, conscious-minded being.
And I would like to find reprsentationa for my (WIP) anthology titled: THE REST OF US, which is very dear to me.
The themes for THE REST OF US includes: Human rights, equality, social injustice and criticisms and class oppression. Descriptions below:
THE REST OF US:
1. THE FALL OUT: After a Persian family is accidentally involved in an ICE raid, they must deal with their judgmental neighbors.
2. BORDERS: Two American teen siblings (one identifies as non-binary gender) try to escape a worn-torn America, but no one wants to take in American refugees. In the eyes of the world, Americans are the new terrorists.
3. A BOY AMONG US: A twelve-year-old Oklahoma boy is charged in an accidental shooting. He is transferred to an adult prison due to space issues and befriends his roommate, Leviathan, a giant seventeen-year-old African American with half of his face burned off and a love for all things Denmark. Levi protects Brody from the predators, and together, in the privacy of their cell, they find they can be boys again. This story was inspired by a Ted Talks speech about the 10,000 children being held in adult prisons around the U.S, and most often held in solitary for their protection.
4. THE DAY THE ELITE DIED: After the oligarchs suck the people dry, the public forms a peaceful economic protest that changes the world. The Story follows a single Mexican mother as she teaches her children about why their economic sacrifices are so important for all.
5. RAINBOWS IN JUNE: A family goes to the Pride parade with their transgender teenage daughter to support her and her community but her twin brother is embarrassed of his sister and the fact that he has to go to the parade, until he sees a group of fundamentalist protesters who say horrible things about his sister.
6. LEAVE US ALONE: A Native American college student goes to the UN to plead protection for her lands from the oil companies and her own government, but when they won't help, she takes matters into her own hands.
7. ONE FOR ANOTHER: An abortion dilemma between a raped thirteen-year-old and her religious parents.
8. JUST BREATHE: An innocent Korean death-row inmate makes peace with his death through conscious living the last week of his life.
9. FREEZE: A beloved African American dad is pulled over while driving his late mother's 1970 Mercedes convertible through Oklahoma, a state known for its asset forfeiture abuse, and the cops come up with a lame story to seize the vehicle. The man resists arrest and the cops kill him.
10. THE DILEMMA: A young woman meets a guy she really likes and falls deeply in love, he's perfect but when he brings her to his parents home and she discovers they run a puppy mill, she has to decide to turn them in and lose him forever or pretend she didn't see the abuse.
11. APPROPRIATION is a flash fiction piece I wrote for The Handmaid’s Tale/Hulu Flash Fiction Contest about a woman whose country had just become a theocracy and she experiences what I call a “spiritual rape” in the OBGYN's office. (I can pull the story from the competition up until this fall.) If I put it in the anthology and don't have a word count limit, I would like to expand this story. The story was inspired by my own similar experience in the Bible belt that left me feeling violated and appalled by the fundamentalist in my area. You can read it on Wattpad. https://www.wattpad.com/user/mwolfe71
12. LOVE THY NEIGHBOR: A young white supremacist sets a synagogue on fire and the rabbi asks the judge to give him community service repairing his building instead of prison time. The two form and unlikely friendship and the young man sees how brainwashed and wrong he was.
13. THE NEW WORLD: After a virus wipes out most of the world, the people come together to create a new society that works for all. Poverty is eliminated, all are equal, resources shared and the future looks great, but one man's greed and desire to take away the rights of some might put an end to their future utopia.