The Devil And The Muse: (The Creatives Series, Book 2) A Dark And Seductive Supernatural Suspense Thriller
June 12, 2017
6.0 X 0.69 X 9.0 inches | 1.18 pounds
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About the Author
Mandy Jackson-Beverly was born in Pyramid Hill, Victoria, Australia-population 419-and grew up around the rugged coastline and rolling hills of Tasmania. Upon moving to England, she discovered the tantalizing London fashion scene and fell in love with the concept of the creative collective. Later in Los Angeles, she found her own creative freedom among the thriving, no-holds-barred visionaries of the music video world. Mandy has worked as a costume designer and stylist for an amazing array of creative dynamos including photographer Herb Ritts; directors Joel and Ethan Coen, David Fincher, and Julien Temple; and music icons David Bowie, Madonna, and Tina Turner. She taught art and theater in high schools, is a contributor to The Huffington Post, and reviews books for The New York Journal of Books. These days she lives with her family in Ojai, California, and spins stories for her readers' pleasure as well as her own. When Mandy's not writing or reading (she has a fascination with Jung), she's cooking, painting, or on walkabout-preferably in Italy. www.mandyjacksonbeverly.com.
A native of Los Angeles, Joshua Sindell began his career as a music journalist at Rip magazine, continued on to the alternative weekly New Times Los Angeles, and later to the U.K. metal bible Kerrang!, where he wrote many of that publication's first-ever articles and reviews of such artists as Kyuss, System of a Down, Linkin Park, Static-X, Queens of the Stone Age, Disturbed, and others. He has also worked as a proofreader/copy editor at New Times and Los Angeles CityBeat. As an editor, he in 2017 assisted author Mandy Jackson-Beverly on her novel, The Devil and the Muse. He lives in Beverly Hills, California ... which will soon have a subway transit system, he is pleased to proclaim.