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Mary Kelly
After graduating with a degree in Literature, Mary Kelly now devotes herself to writing."Mary Kelly unveils a sparkling wit, an appreciation of situations, and a quality of dialogue that doesn't allow you to get bored for a second, whether you are a young woman of thirty or otherwise." This is... show more

After graduating with a degree in Literature, Mary Kelly now devotes herself to writing."Mary Kelly unveils a sparkling wit, an appreciation of situations, and a quality of dialogue that doesn't allow you to get bored for a second, whether you are a young woman of thirty or otherwise." This is the text that accompanied the first article written about her books.She loves romantic stories and imagines each one of her books as a movie, with positive, funny and romantic heroes. "I simply write the books I want to read. Each scene is imagined as to make the readers dream."Her first novel, "My Romantic Comedy", combines her passion for movies and that of romantic stories. "I've always loved romantic comedies and thought it would be fun if someone tried to put them on stage in real life."Her second novel, "Smile ... You're Famous", was born from her desire to tell a funny story, but is still very romantic. "Even though I sometimes accentuate the comic side of the story, I never forget that my heroes are primarily meant for one another. I'm just paving the way for them with a few obstacles, coupled with a little humor and lots of love."Forever ... Christmas" is her third novel and was born from her love of Christmas and its values. "I consider Christmas as the perfect screen for a romantic story, and I try to imagine my heroes as the characters of a postcard painted with snowflakes, smiles, and enchanting moments."
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Birth date: July 04
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BrokenTune rated it 11 months ago
Write on Both Sides of the Paper started off with a burglary at a paper mill. Then we shift focus to a young journalist/writer in Brighton planning a trip, then we shift to the POV of a salesman connected with the mill. Then I got completely lost as to what the plot was, because we have character...
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BrokenTune rated it 1 year ago
In the end the calls and reports and questions were done. The foreman sent for a car to take me home. I was too shaken to drive. He'd brought it on himself. Had he? Where does the blaming start or stop, if it ever does? Clive, Morley, Mrs Vere, Allie, Skipton - whatever is brought on them they bring...
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BrokenTune rated it 1 year ago
The bitter cold could not neutralise the café-emanations of fish and chips and vinegar, in which the road seemed steeped; but it served to enhance the seasonable contents of the shops—tangerines, nuts, fir trees, boxes of frilly crackers, row on row of trussed turkeys lit by a ghastly glare of fluor...
Kitty's Book Spot!
Kitty's Book Spot! rated it 6 years ago
Katie and Alex meet in a storm on Christmas Eve. Their story is about meeting every Christmas and spending the next couple days with one another. Through the book, they visit with each other in their respective lives - but only at Christmas. Both Katie and Alex are afraid to make more out of it ...
Shaykitteh's World of Books
Shaykitteh's World of Books rated it 6 years ago
Christmas is a magical time of the year, where wishes are made and dreams come true. When Katie is left without transportation or a place to stay after her bus gets into an accident, Katie's "Christmas Miracle" appears in the shape of an attractive man who offers her a ride to her parents' house so ...
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