Renée Gendron ~ Romance Author
Strong heroines. Noble heroes. Extra sizzle.
About 10 years ago, she decided to take up writing again. Renée started off writing fantasy but soon realised the work was flat. She decided to add a romantic arc to the story. Voilà! The story and characters came to life, and she became hooked on romances. Renée immersed herself in romance tropes and books and studied the craft.
In May 2020, during the depths of the COVID lock-down, Renée decided to branch out into other genres to explore the rich subgenres romances have to offer. She thought it was time for her to try her hand at contemporary, and she wrote my first contemporary romance in July 2020.
Renée wrote her first crime novellas and short stories in September 2020. She wrote her first historical western romance in November 2020. Her first collection is called Heartened by Crime, and you can read a section of it here.
She's a contributor to A Muse Bouche Review, where she posts stories and advice on writing. She also participates in the A Muse Bouche Review Youtube Channel. We have roundtable discussions on writing, author interviews, question periods with experts, and a bunch of laughs.
She's a structural editor for Fedowar Press.
Feel free to reach out on social media. She chats with the writing community on the craft of writing. Join her newsletter to receive some sneak peeks into my current projects.
As for her other interests, she enjoys learning about history and military history. Every place has impacted history in some way. It's interesting to learn about small towns, how they shaped their regions and country, which famous people were born there, and how these events shape culture and identity. When she travels, she loves to explore ruins and historical places. Forts are some of her favourite places to visit.
This website is a work in progress, and Renée thanks you for your patience.
PS: Squirrels are fantastic. They're intelligent, curious, and tenacious creatures. They're better than watching cable. Take some peanuts and lay them on the ground. It won't take long for the squirrels to find them and you’ll soon make a new friend.