Shantella Munoz


Shantella Munoz born Shantella Wilson, from Tulsa Oklahoma. Born the year 1969, to a single mother, and surrounded with lots of love. Her world take an immediate shift by the time she was eleven. Now a loving wife, and mother of three teenage boys. Her life is almost complete.
She first showed a love for writing back in her youth, while she wasn't good at keeping a diary, she loved to write her own script of what a perfect life would be. It took having her children, and a drastic career change for her to return to what she loved the most, creating a world different from the one she lives. Starting with Yu Phan Lin, although it was not the first book published, but one of her most memorable character. Bad Seed Another Generation, a classic story with an urban feel. B@!ches of Savannah Georgia, a classic theatric tale, depicting women, pain, and struggles. The most recent published, Stone Cold Killer, a young woman learns quickly that one bad decision can change a life drastically. Her female Protagonist/Antagonist will always live by their own set of rules.

Smashwords Interview

What do you read for pleasure?
I enjoy reading crime fiction, or mysteries, something that will leave me on edge and I can't put the book down.
Describe your desk
Unfortunately, clutter with papers, manuscripts in three ring notebooks, pencils, pens, and books for reference, as well as, my kids tools for school.
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Where to find Shantella Munoz online

Twitter: @relmom


B@!ches of Savannah Georgia
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 67,000. Language: English. Published: August 11, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Mystery & detective » Cozy, Fiction » Women's fiction » General
Margaret Wallace considers herself the queen of Savannah, but she has a black heart, developed from her childhood. When she is found dead, the suspect could be anyone…although the sheriff believes he has his right woman, a newcomer by the name of Lisa Clark. Can her lawyer save her from a crime she may not have committed or will it be too late?

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