Joleene Naylor

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Gender FEMALE
Industry Arts
Occupation Indy author, freelance book cover designer, artist and photographer
Location Bolivar, MO, United States
Introduction An independent author, freelance book cover designer, artist and photographer for fun who loves anime, music and writing. check out my vampire novel series Amaranthine - both Shades of Gray & Legacy of Ghosts are Available on Amazon today! For all the details check out my website: www.JoleeneNaylor.com
Interests Writing, drawing, hobby photography, reading, anime, music, drinking frappucinos
Favorite Movies LOTR series, The Last Unicorn, Princess Bride, Ride with the Devil, Interview with a Vampire, Thirteenth Warrior, Twister, Toy That Saved Christmas, Dark City, Frailty, FFVII Advent Children, Star Wars, Star Trek, Letters from Iwo Jima, Blood and Chocolate, Memoirs of a Geisha, House of Flying Daggers, Full Metal Alchemist: The Movie, Death Trance, Dark prince: The True Story of Dracula, Hero, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Pirates Who Don't Do Anything, Session 9, The Pirate Movie, Bugsy Malone, Infra Man, Mall Rats, Clerks, To Kill a Mockingbird, The Rescuers, The Orphanage, Sixth sense, UHF, Fido, Dark City, Arsenic and Old Lace, Transformers, Iron Man, X-men:Origins, Indiana Jones
Favorite Music HIM, Soul Asylum, Placebo, The Rasmus, Widescreen Mode, Evanescence, Breaking Benjamin, Disturbed, old MM, old Korn, Roxette, Seether, Stone Sour, Gin Blossoms, Goo Goo Dolls, Simon and Garfunkle, Jim Croce, Don McLean, A perfect Circle, Tool, Cold, Counting Crows, Live, Melissa Etheridge, Sarah McLaughlin, Toad the Wet Sprocket, Mudvayne, Nixons, Therapy?, Shinedown, Trapt, Death Cab for Cutie, Bullet for my Valentine, Alter Bridge, Apocalyptica, Crash Parallel, Thousand foot krutch, Three Days Grace, Sick Puppies, Tackey, J-pop, Kill Hannah, Stereo fuse, 12 Stone, 32 Leaves, 10 Years, 69 Eyes, Tokio Hotel, Alucard, Fuel, Ashes Divide, Backyard Babies, Bad Company, Def Lepard, Deep Blue Something, Down Below, Entwine, Eve 6, Gravity Kills, Hinder, Jim Croce, KMFDM, Lacuna Coil, Last Shadow Puppets, Mudvayne, Meat Puppets, Negative, Papa Roach, Savage Garden, REM, Stabbing Westward, The Crest, The Last Goodnight, Offspring, Tonic, Violet Nine, Pheen, Within temptation, Lost Prophets, U2, Jimmey Eat World, Anberlin, the Killers, Silversun Pickups, Garth Brooks (but don't tell anyone) and more :P
Favorite Books I will read anything, but very few books have ever moved me. The story “Wild Swans” by Hans Christian Anderson was my very first love, followed by “Peter Pan”. Mid elementary saw The Three Investigators, and in late elementary/early junior high I hit all the classics including Louisa May Alcott, Charles Dickens, Jane Austen, the Bronte sisters, etc etc (Many of which ended wrong in my opinion!). but it was “A Candle in Her Room” by Ruth M. Arthur that I read the most times. In late junior high I discovered Poe (which I know sounds silly because everyone has heard “The Tell Tale Heart” sixty tie by then, but I’m afraid that’s one of my least favorite of his stories) and VC Andrews “Flowers in the Attic” and “My Sweet Audrina”. Her writing was the first – and last - that moved me profoundly. Since then I’ve found lots of interesting or even funny books, but none that could immerse me the way those two did. Some include: Anne Rice’s “Vampire Chronicles, Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy series by Douglas Adams, Harry Potter series by JK Rowling, some Steven King, Star Wars books, “Good Omens” – Terry Pratchet/Neil Gammond, The Vampire Files by PN Elrod, Twilight by Stephanie Meyer, The Moorehawk trilogy by Celine Kiernan (Awaiting book 3!!!) and lots of others, I’m sure.

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