Denise Crittendon

Denise Crittendon

Before making the big leap into the world of sci-fi & fantasy, Denise held a string of journalism jobs. In addition to being a staff writer for The Detroit News and The Kansas City Star, she was editor-in-chief of the NAACP's national magazine, The Crisis. Later, she became founding editor of a Michigan-based lifestyle publication for black families. After self-publishing two manuals that empower youth, "Girl in the Mirror, A Teen's Guide to Self-Awareness" and "Life is a Party That Comes with Exams," she entered the new-age healing movement as a motivational speaker for teens. These days, she fulfills ghostwriting assignments for clients and writes speculative fiction on the side. She divides her time between Spring Valley, Nevada and her hometown, Detroit, Mich. Where it Rains in Color is her debut novel.


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Where It Rains in Color 8.00   2

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