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Denise Baer is a native of the South Side of Chicago, Illinois. She has a Bachelor of Arts in English from DePaul University. She is the author of a women’s fiction novel, FOGGED UP FAIRY TALE, a dark, psychological suspense novel, NET SWITCH, and a collection of poetry, SIPPING A MIX OF VERSE comprised of traditional form and free verse. Her poems have appeared in Danse Macabre, and she ranked in the top 1/6 of the Summer Literary Seminar (SLS) with an offer to study writing and other cultures in Europe.
In 2014, Denise established her own publishing imprint, Baer Books Press. In August 2015, her imprint published a poetry anthology, SILVER LINING – POETS AGAINST VIOLENCE. Poets from around the world participated, donating all author proceeds to Futures Without Violence.
Denise currently resides in Germany with her husband and four-legged baby, Shakespeare, learning German and working on her next adventure.
This novel contains strong language, violence and sexual content. She is trying to get out of the mental institution. He wants to keep her in. The only possibility for her release is to hand over her prize possession-her journal, but can she trust him with her secrets? In the dead of winter, Sydney Hayes finds… [Read More]
Brand Rye’s life has come to a halt. She’s lost everything—even her memory. After spending time in the hospital, Brand returns home to a husband she doesn’t remember, and a life that has disappeared overnight. Her husband, Easton, provides Brand with bits and pieces of her past while she tries to put it all together…. [Read More]
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Denise Baer commented on the post, Holiday Reading 2018: A Nifty Gifty for Everyone on Your List 1 month ago
Thank you for including me on this list. What a surprise on this Monday morning. 😀
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