Experiencing the world widens your outlook and deepens your perspective. A Barbadian native, I lived in eight countries on both sides of the Atlantic before finally landing in Europe. I’ve had a lifelong passion for reading that encompassed many genres and authors - Toni Morrison, John Irving, Stephen King, Agatha Christie, Carl Hiaasen, Erick Jerome Dickey, historical romances, poetry, and much more.
Now I write dramatic stories set against real life backdrops and have a particular love of deceptive riddles in high stake situations. My characters are usually just a little bad or mixed up, and my story settings are ones I’ve experienced firsthand—more than a few. My first novel, The Nude, was listed among Kirkus’s Best of 2012 and featured on USA Today.com.
I welcome feedback because I want to bring my best to readers so they always look forward to my next book. We can connect on www.margaretsisu.com.
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Me and Tommy Lee
by Margaret Sisu
Approx. 6,950 words.
Published on September 12, 2012.
For one blazing night, a timid Caribbean good girl swaps her good Sunday church dress and preference for tasteful tunes for low necklines, slutty heels, and raging heavy metal. From the masses to the mayhem, she’ll never be the same.
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