Selena Kitt

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Gender FEMALE
Industry Publishing
Occupation Author
Location Midwest, United States
Introduction Like any feline, Selena Kitt loves the things that make her purr—and wants nothing more than to make others purr right along with her! Pleasure is her middle name, whether it’s a short cat nap stretched out in the sun or a long kitty bath. She makes it a priority to explore all the delightful distractions she can find, and follow her vivid and often racy imagination wherever it wants to lead her. This sassy, outrageous author lives with her husband and their large and growing family, all of whom she thinks are the cat’s meow, in the rural Midwest. Her writing embodies everything from the spicy to the scandalous, but watch out—this kitty also has sharp claws and her stories often include intriguing edges and twists that take readers to new, thought-provoking depths. When she isn’t pawing away at her keyboard, she loves spending her time belly dancing, attending drum circles, gathering in women’s groups, and taking beautiful pictures of everything in her world.
Interests Bellydancing, photography, writing, drum circles, smart but not pretentious people, spirituality, reading, good dialogue/debate, hockey, inner work and sacred sex.
Favorite Movies Clerks and Dogma, Boys on the Side, It's a Wonderful Life, Room with a View, Walk the Line, Narnia, Secondhand Lions, Se7en, Butterflies Are Free, Reservoir Dogs & Pulp Fiction, Gone with the Wind, 80's movies, Lord of the Rings, Hotel Rwanda, Supersize Me, Independence Day, Like Water for Chocolate.
Favorite Music The Blues... also Sting/The Police, Bonnie Raitt, Robert Plant, James Blunt, Tracy Chapman, 80's music, Duncan Sheik, Barenakedladies, The Wallflowers, Janis Joplin, Stevie Ray Vaughan (Jimmie too), Suzanne Vega, Jason Mraz, Chris Daughtry, Etta James, Sarah McLachlan, Tori Amos, The Church, Jewel
Favorite Books Fiction: Anything by Stephen King and now his son Joe Hill, most chick lit, Greek Mythology, the Harry Potter and Anne of Green Gables series'. Nonfiction: the works of David Deida James Hillman Joseph Campbell, Robert Bly, Marion Woodman, Robert Johnson

If there's no I in team, why is there meat?

Because there's an I in CARNIVORE!