Michele E. Gwynn is an award-winning Bestselling Author and former freelance journalist from San Antonio, Texas. She has worked in newspaper and contributed online to sites like Examiner.com, Yahoo Voices, and Salon.com. She has also worked as a senior editor for FashionErotica.com, written for Film Industry Network, and AlwayzTherro.com. Her love of writing led to Gwynn trying her hand at penning fiction. Inspired by a true sighting reported to MUFON, she wrote her first book, Harvest, a science fiction novella. Well-received by readers, she continued on writing action-packed fiction, both small press and self-published in the genres of contemporary romantic suspense (military and crime), fantasy, paranormal romance, and science fiction.
Top Reviews, Shortlists, and Awards
The Making of Herman Faust (The Checkpoint, Berlin Detective Series Prequel Novella)
Page Turner Awards 2021 Shortlist Finalist for the Book Award and Screenplay (Book Adaptation Needed)
Winner of an audiobook production package from Spectrum via Page Turner Awards 2021. (Unrealized)
Exposed: The Education of Sarah Brown (Book I in the Checkpoint, Berlin Detective Series)
Reader’s Favorite, 5 Stars: "Exposed: The Education of Sarah Brown by Michele E. Gwynn is an easy flowing, engrossing, and gripping tale…”
NetGalley, 5 Stars: “Strongly Recommended! If you like spicy hot reads with non-stop adventure and intrigue, immerse yourself in '[Exposed}The Education of Sarah Brown."
DayReader Reviews, 5 Stars: "HOT! Keeps you on your curled toes!"
The Redemption of Joseph Heinz (Book III in the Checkpoint, Berlin Detective Series):
Shortlisted Read Freely’s TOP 100 Best Indie Books of 2017
Shortlisted TCK’s Reader’s Favorite shortlist 2017.
Secondhand Soldier (The Soldiers of PATCH-COM Book I)
Awarded Read Freely’s TOP 50 Best Indie Books of 2019 in its category of romance
Awarded Author Shout’s Silver Medal Reader Ready Recommended Read.
Sounds like a great premise. Sorry not to be able to read it yet.
Thank you, Sylvia.
I'm both honored and excited to make it this far.