Mel Henry


Mel Henry is a die-hard romantic with a flair for the dramatic. At the age of six, she wrote a children’s book based on the true story of the family of rabbits she rescued from her farm pond. It was a contender for a Newbery Award until the board found out she’d actually thrown the rabbits in the pond before said rescue. Since that time, she’s written dozens of short stories, passive-aggressive notes, math equations, restaurant reviews, romance novels and, most recently, the groundbreaking how-to manual on suing small town car lots entitled, “You Won’t Screw Me Without Buying Me Dinner First!” She was in the running for the Nobel Peace prize until she found out about it and told the committee, “Peace this, Bitches!” while throwing up what can only be described as Polish gang signs. She can be found most often in her war room swilling Absolut and Tweeting like a crazed hermit in solitary confinement. She’s devoted to her fans, followers and anyone who takes this bio seriously, as the only part that’s true is the sentence about vodka and Twitter. And possibly the passive-aggressive notes.

Smashwords Interview

What do you read for pleasure?
I like reading romances - sweet and unpredictable, with a touch of erotica. I love relatable characters with understandable flaws. If it's a series, even better because I like seeing how a character/characters progress over time. I want to know the back story and the future story.
What is your e-reading device of choice?
I read almost everything on my Kindle. I fought the e-reading trend HARD. The thought of not smelling an old book or hearing the crack of a spine on a new book didn't appeal to me at all. Then, my niece lent me her Kindle to read a series I'd expressed interest in and that was all she wrote. I used to travel with a suitcase full of books whenever I went on vacation. Now, I just throw my Kindle in my purse and I'm good to go.
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