Grinelda Markowitz

Biography

Grinelda Markowitz writes erotic fiction across multiple genres. She resides in a galaxy far, far away with a trusty pen, a never-ending supply of paper and a fertile imagination. The Moon-Kissed Chi, her first e-published book in the genre of erotic fiction, is available on Amazon and Smashwords.

For a bit of recreation I enjoy clay work and attending symphony. I meet up with friends when we are able to sync our schedules and I maintain a fairly active virtual life. Eating out is a passion for me. I’m always glad to find a new restaurant which warrants a return visit.

I used to work at a book store part time. How cliché, huh? And, I also maintain a full-time bread-and-butter job as well. I find that embarking on a serious approach to writing rather than the hit-and-miss efforts of previous years has provided a welcome focal point in my daily existence.

Smashwords Interview

Who are your favorite authors?
My all-time favorite writer is Octavia Butler. She wrote to an intelligent audience. I was deeply moved by her untimely death. Where many folks I’m acquainted with were repulsed by, “Blood Child,” I have it on the shelf of my virtual bookcase, marked genius (the shelf). It sits alone there in solitaire. There are a number of books by other writers on the shelf below marked, “favorites.”

Harlan Ellison ranks right up there with Octavia, however, my acquaintance with his work comes much earlier in life. Other authors I "grok" with are Herbert (Sr.), Tolkien, Anne Perry, Louise Penny, Doyle and a host of others.
What inspires you to get out of bed each day?
The need to generate the almighty dollar.
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Books

This member has not published any books.

Smashwords book reviews by Grinelda Markowitz

  • The Spell You Cast on April 08, 2012

    This collaboration between Rushmore Judd and Erin O'Riordan come complete with a clever story line and an entertaining situation. The reader is introduced to women with a goal with every intention of accomplishing it. The fun is erotically crafted and the sex is hot. You can't go wrong with this read.
  • "What A Dream!" on May 03, 2012

    “What A Dream,” is a playful look back into the way things were; nostalgia in a very imaginative, evocative, and fun-filled presentation. The authors facilitate our regression to a place and time that was very different from out own yet the people still had the need for fun in their lives. Both informative and heart-warming the story provides a day of abandon through the eyes of two young strangers to the period and time in which the story is set. An enjoyable read and I look forward to reading more stories by Elizabeth & William Hicks.