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With an overactive imagination and a penchant for making up stories, was it any wonder Dulce Dennison decided to be an author? From cowboys to shapeshifters, she has a story for them all, but her passion lies in writing m/m fantasy romances. Dulce believes in love in all shapes and sizes, and that everyone deserves a happily-ever-after -- even grumpy bear shifters.
Married since 2000 to a man she isn’t sure is quite human, her husband and children (which she fondly calls the demon spawn) keep her busy, but never too busy to write. Is there such a thing as too busy to write? Most mornings you can find Dulce set up with her laptop, a cat curled up next to her, and a steaming cup of coffee just an arm’s reach away.
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FUN FACTS ABOUT DULCE...
- Dulce starts every morning off with a cup of coffee (which turns into 4 before the day is over)
- Other than Starbucks white mochas, she likes Folgers Special Roast (for those pesky times when she has to make her own coffee) as long as there's chocolate flavored creamer
- Her cat Binx is usually her writing partner, when he isn't trying to convince her petting him is more important than writing
- Dulce studied everything from Psychology to Mechanical Engineering, before realizing that writing was her calling - but the Psychology comes in handy with character development and the Mechanical Engineering can help fix the broken A/C (sometimes)
- The first book Dulce ever tried to write was in the 9th grade, after having a creative writing assignment that showed her a new world. After years of partially written stories, she completed her first one in her late twenties.
- Dulce's favorite books are romances (just not anything dark, and NO alpha-holes because that's just not sexy), but she also reads Madelyn Alt and Victoria Laurie mysteries, and she really loves the Agent Pendergast stories by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child.
- Her first published work was a poem when she was 16. By the age of 17, she had three published poems and had won two national poetry awards.
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