ITW Member Spotlight Monday

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Today’s ITW Member spotlight is author Karen Fenech





My first novel, Unholy Angels was written over a two-year period and, in part, in some very unlikely places such as line-ups at deli-counters and cash registers, and doctor and dentist waiting rooms. While I was out running errands, I jotted down scenes for the story in a notebook I toted around in my purse, and then typed them up when I returned home.

Writing novels is what I have wanted to do since I was ten-years-old and undertook to write a book based on my beloved Nancy Drew mysteries. As I grew older, I continued to read mysteries but I found that as much as I enjoyed attempting to solve the puzzle, I became enthralled whenever a new development occurred in the romantic relationships of the characters. When I thought of writing Unholy Angels, I knew it would have to be a romance.

Of course, my love of mystery and suspense meant that while my characters were finding love, they would also face life-threatening danger!

I live with my husband Andrew and our daughter Pamela. When I’m not writing, or spending time with my family, you can usually find me curled up with a good book, or out shopping for one.



Gone  |  Betrayal  |  Unholy Angels  |  Imposter  |  Snowbound  |  Pursued  |  Hide  |  Three Short Stories of Suspense: Deadly Thoughts, Secrets, and The Plan  |  An Eye For An Eye  |  Watching the Waves: A Literary Short Story 


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