Michelle Devon

Biography

Michelle Devon is sometimes affectionately (and sometimes not so affectionately) known as Michy. That’s pronounced Mickey, like the mouse, and not Mishy, like a fish; not Mitchy like the guy on Baywatch; and no, it doesn’t rhyme with bitchy, though she can sometimes be that too. Her last name, Devon, was not originally her legal name, but rather a pseudonym, chosen from her son’s middle name, both for privacy reasons and also because her maiden name was too similar to a famous and/or infamous celebrity with whom she found it impossible to identify. However, she has since legally become Michelle Devon, for all of her business purposes.

For over eight years, Michy was a freelance print and web writer by day and an emergent novelist by night, until her family finally told her, “It’s your turn now.” Thinking they meant it was her turn to focus on her fiction writing career, Michy pushed freelancing to the back burner, completed three novels in three years, as well as starting three more that are in various stages of completion. She then began the journey of polishing, perfecting and per… puh.. P… well, running out of P words for alliteration, she began to search for a literary agent in January of 2010.

Little did she know, literary agents don’t scrub showers (well, at least not other people’s–they might scrub their own), and her family had actually meant it was her turn to clean the bathroom. So, shower scum went unchecked, and Michy really needs to sell one of these novels to pay for the cleaning service to come and etch the mold, mildew, and muh… m… well, she ran out of M words for alliteration too.

Where to find Michelle Devon online


Where to buy in print


Books

THREE: The Threesome
By Michelle Devon
Series: THREE, Book 3. Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 21,890. Language: American English. Published: August 2, 2013. Category: Fiction
Jolie, Brad, and Paul navigate the complexities of a new polyamorous vee relationship. Each finds new challenges: Jolie adjusts to the demands of having two lovers with different desires; Brad adjusts to sharing his wife, not having her exclusively to himself; Paul adjusts to having his first long-term, intimate relationship. They find sexy and interesting ways to relieve stress and adjust.
THREE: Monogamy Multiplied
By Michelle Devon
Series: THREE, Book 2. Price: $1.39 USD. Words: 16,970. Language: English. Published: December 8, 2012. Category: Fiction
When husband Brad is away, wife Jolie and brother Paul will play. In the second novella of the erotic series: THREE: Monogamy Multiplied, Jolie and Paul more fully explore their feelings in the new polyamorous relationship they’ve entered. Both feel the tug of loyalty to Brad while they struggle to define their new relationship with each other.
Fated Family
By Michelle Devon
Price: $1.39 USD. Words: 17,970. Language: English. Published: November 28, 2012. Category: Fiction
Luck seems in short supply for homeless runaway Joanna. Living in a shed with no electricity or running water, she’s cold, hungry, dirty, and desperate. She's not desperate enough to go back to the angry fists, boots, or whatever else Carlos might throw at her; and not desperate enough to go back to a mother who never really wanted her and barely acknowledges she exists.
Celeste
By Michelle Devon
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 12,780. Language: English. Published: May 11, 2012. Category: Fiction
(5.00 from 1 review)
Kyle McRoy doesn't know who to trust. He became a wealthy man after his parents died in a freak accident, but Kyle lost control. A mental breakdown led to hospitalization in what his brother called a Behavior Therapy Center. While at the center, Kyle meets the lovely Celeste but soon discovers there are things about Celeste he doesn't know. Things that, perhaps, no one can ever know.
Empath
By Michelle Devon
Price: Free! Words: 3,430. Language: English. Published: January 1, 2012. Category: Fiction
(3.00 from 1 review)
Richard didn't know what was in store for him when his beautiful and seemingly normal wife starts to exhibit strange behavior. She swears she can read his emotions, know what he is thinking. One night, she accuses him of infidelity, claiming she had read his emotions and knows he feels guilty. Then, she assumes something else he feels too, something she thinks he wants her to do...
Crazy Cat Lady
By Michelle Devon
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 6,170. Language: English. Published: December 31, 2011. Category: Fiction
Karla's boyfriend Dan hints that marriage is around the corner. The two make plans to meet at a restaurant for the evening. Unexpectedly, one of Karla's old friends from California shows up the same night. Karla's old issues with her friend--who had run off to California after cheating with her ex-boyfriend--leads Karla to seek revenge, with furry friend help, when Dan flirts with her.
Dream Walking
By Michelle Devon
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 10,960. Language: English. Published: June 25, 2011. Category: Fiction
(5.00 from 1 review)
When Shana takes her psychic abilities to the next level, she enters the thoughts of her future ex-husband's girlfriend and learns someone has a plot out to kill her and take her inheritance. She hatches a plan to save her life and expose the couple, but will it work?
THREE: A Family Affair
By Michelle Devon
Series: THREE, Book 1. Price: Free! Words: 23,560. Language: English. Published: June 15, 2011. Category: Fiction
(5.00 from 1 review)
When Brad has to go away for business, he asks Paul--the man he trusts most in the world, his best friend--to keep his new wife, Jolie, busy. When Brad's job puts him on the road more than he is home, Paul and Jolie's easy camaraderie becomes tinged with desire and lust, at least on Paul's part...

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Michelle Devon's favorite authors on Smashwords


Smashwords book reviews by Michelle Devon

  • THE LEPRECHAUN CHRONICLES:Mavis and the Leprechaun on May 23, 2012
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    In this short story by Nancy Smith Gibson, we are introduced to Berry, a leprechaun--perhaps the only one left, or at least, one of the very few left. We learn that leprechaun's have a lot of myth surrounding them, and Berry sets us straight (ahem) so to speak, on what a leprechaun really is. This short story stands alone as a cute tale, spun as a feel-good short about changing your attitude and thus changing your life. Berry meets Mavis, a single woman whose life is a little disorganized. When she 'wins' him in a raffle, he visits her house, takes her by surprise, and then helps her sort out everything chaotic in her life. In the meantime, Mavis learns some things about her life she had been missing before, in particular about herself, but also about the man she had been dating. With Berry's help, she manages to make some good decisions and move in a more positive direction. But alas, Berry can't stay in one place forever, so when his work is done, he shares a bit about his personal life with Mavis, and then he asks her to help him move on. After all, a leprechaun is lucky, and there are others who need his help rearranging their lives too. That's where this story obviously opens itself up for sequels, and the author already has another installment out. Mavis & the Leprechaun is really a cute story, with several chuckle-out-loud moments. It's light, breezy and humorous, not intended to be a serious fantasy read or anything of that nature. Just a fun story for a quick read, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I like Berry and I do look forward to reading future installments about him and learning more about his past that is hinted at in this story.
  • THE LEPRECHAUN CHRONICLES:Mavis and the Leprechaun on May 23, 2012
    star star star star star
    In this short story, we are introduced to Berry, a leprechaun--perhaps the only one left, or at least, one of the very few left. We learn that leprechaun's have a lot of myth surrounding them, and Berry sets us straight (ahem) so to speak, on what a leprechaun really is. This short story stands alone as a cute tale, spun as a feel-good short about changing your attitude and thus changing your life. Berry meets Mavis, a single woman whose life is a little disorganized. When she 'wins' him in a raffle, he visits her house, takes her by surprise, and then helps her sort out everything chaotic in her life. In the meantime, Mavis learns some things about her life she had been missing before, in particular about herself, but also about the man she had been dating. With Berry's help, she manages to make some good decisions and move in a more positive direction. But alas, Berry can't stay in one place forever, so when his work is done, he shares a bit about his personal life with Mavis, and then he asks her to help him move on. After all, a leprechaun is lucky, and there are others who need his help rearranging their lives too. That's where this story obviously opens itself up for sequels, and the author already has another installment out. Mavis & the Leprechaun is really a cute story, with several chuckle-out-loud moments. It's light, breezy and humorous, not intended to be a serious fantasy read or anything of that nature. Just a fun story for a quick read, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I like Berry and I do look forward to reading future installments about him and learning more about his past that is hinted at in this story.
  • THE LEPRECHAUN CHRONICLES: #2 Kelly&Mom on June 03, 2012
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    Kelly&Mom is a great second entry in The Leprechaun Chronicles, by Nancy Smith Gibson. While I must admit I liked the first story much better than this one, I still enjoyed it very much. Each story stands alone, completely, but you get a bigger picture and more character background information to Berry, the lead character and the leprechaun. While some might consider a story like this 'fantasy', Berry is shared with us in such a way that you can almost believe this story is true, and perhaps, just perhaps, believe in a little bit of leprechaun magic too. The downside, and why I didn't like this story quite as much as the first, was actually because I wanted to learn more about Berry, and our author focused more on Kelly&Mom, which is fine, since that's what the story is about. It's just that in the first story, [[ASIN:B0080Q371K THE LEPRECHAUN CHRONICLES: #1 Mavis and the Leprechaun]], we learned a little bit (won't give any spoilers as to what we learned for people who haven't read it yet!) about Berry, some personal things about him, but we were kept in a little bit of mystery, since Berry is mostly private about where he comes from and where he goes after sundown (he always disappears *poof* when the sun goes down!) So here's hoping in the next installment, we learn more about Berry and his history along with the new story. The premise for The Leprechaun Chronicles is that Berry is a leprechaun, and through a type of curse or a punishment of sorts, he has to be 'won' or 'earned' by someone, and he is fated to help them get their lives organized. In the first story, he was won in a raffle and in the second story, he was won on eBay in an auction. We learn at the end of this story how he is 'won' by the next person, and though it ties things up nicely, I do find myself curious about what happens next in the next installment. In Kelly&Mom, Kelly is a young girl who has lost her father in a car accident, the same one that has left her in need of physical therapy and using a wheelchair. Mom has changed how she lives her life, how she works, everything, to be there for Kelly and help her through this difficult time, but Kelly seems to have given up on life in general. With a lot of literal kicking and screaming, Berry comes into their lives and shakes things up. He helps them believe in magic, believe in a little fantasy, and get their lives straightened out--in many ways. I won't spoil the ending or the things Berry does, but let's just say everything falls into place nicely in the end, even if there are a few bumps in the road. That happy ending makes this an easy, fun read, that you can do in a quick lunch break or while riding a bus or subway, to have a short reality break. I almost want to go to eBay and see if I can't bid on a leprechaun myself! I'm definitely looking forward to future installments of this series, and I hope the author keeps making them feel complete and whole stories, that stand alone, but she will also give us more information about Berry and where he comes from and how things got the way they are for him. I really don't think you'll be disappointed in this at all, and for the price, it's well worth it in entertainment value.