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Front-Line Fight: Army Veteran Turns to Writing to Escape PTSD, Surgery Pain & Mental Trauma

While Kelly Renée was trained to kill, her computer’s keyboard has ultimately become her strongest weapon against military life’s realities. After being left on bed rest with PTSD, the prospect of further painful surgery and with severely-limited movement, Renée has turned to writing in order to experience true escapism and freedom. With her latest erotic short story series garnering a rapid base of fans, the fight to literary success has been long worth the battle.

 
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San Diego, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/10/2013 -- As an Army veteran, many would expect Kelly Renée to be a fit and healthy woman with a wealth of positive stories to tell. However, following serious injury and delayed recovery, Renée has been forced to face a life of both mental and physical pain. While each day presents new challenges and a unique set of struggles, Renée’s limitless tenacity has seen her develop a form of escapism nobody can take away – writing.

In fact, since going on bed rest Renée has launched a hugely-successful literary career and developed a solid fan base across the country. With a knack for erotic fiction, ‘On My Radar’, her latest release, is quickly becoming a staple of its booming genre.

Synopsis:

Vampires have come so far but, like everyone else, they have their weaknesses. In this story Jess, an adapted human, has found herself becoming a stalker to one of the sexy local vampires, Tremlin. Tremlin never takes her attention off of Jess, constantly protecting and watching her without fully letting it become obvious.

The two start getting closer and more involved with each other. On one intense day, flames burn between them as they take a ride with death. Sex is simply the only thing that will save them both.

They test their luck while putting both their lives on the line. How far are they both willing to go to save each other?

As the author explains, her unique narrative is resonating very well with a broad readership.

The author admits that writing transports her into a world free from pain, anxiety and an uncertain future.

“Transitioning from a soldier to a civilian has been really hard and I find I am not able to do the things I once could. Inside, I feel that I am not the person I once was; something which has a devastating effect on my quality of life. However, I lose track of all of this when writing and I don’t black out, have PTSD episodes or insecurities. It really does bring tangible benefits,” says Renée.

Continuing, “My Army background has helped me reach a lot of fans, even though most don’t know about my specific situation. Through their support we have made ‘On My Radar’ a huge success and I have about fifteen other books in the works. I am working diligently to develop my writing future, as it is where I want to be – happy, healthy and living life again.”

‘On My Radar’, published by Bitten Press, is available now: http://amzn.to/1cfuNMh.

For more information, follow the book on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OnMyRadarSeries1.

About Kelly Renée
Kelly Renée started her journey in the Army. After intense events she was sent home and put in recovery. She now had plenty of free time on her hands with no clue what her next move was going to be. One day she found herself sitting on the floor looking at old school work from High School. Realizing all of her English pieces had notes of her being an incredible writer, in some way, finally opened her eyes to her talent. Since then she has become a nonstop creative fountain full of stories to tell; she’s been at it here and there for the past three years.

In 2011 she started her journey writing. She wrote a children’s book titled Litter Bug in twelve days. When the reviews came she realized she had a calling but was too scared to act on it just yet. Her injuries were still taking a toll on her. She wasn’t ready to give writing her all. In 2012 Litter Bug made its way into the newspaper and gained enough recognition to get Kelly’s attention. Her fans wanted more. She did an interview and started moving toward her writing career.

She spent three months in 2012 creating the first chapter in a list of books (for Chainbooks.com) which include: What Was Meant to be, Young Shot, Accidental E-Mail, Running on Money, Cartoon Transformer, Infamous Date, Lying Prison, and True Loves Power. Also, she has written a chapter in a couple of books, which are currently being worked on by other authors, including: If U Lie U Die by Tamara Richardson, A New Life by Steven Egnor, and The Darkness by Anne Mette Nordhei. (These books include the following genre’s: Sci-fi, Romance, Children’s, Drama, Suspense, and Action.)

She became a Published Author in July 2013 with Bitten Press, LLC (Bitten-Press.com). She has currently written two F/F (lesbian) erotica short stories for them and plans on writing a lot more. Those two Published books are Not a Time to Quit and On My Radar. Kelly also plans on getting under more publishers and writing in other genres. She has a fan base building, reviewers on the prowl, and interviews beginning. There’s no sign of her ever stopping. You never know what she’s going to do next.

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