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a.c. Mason
a.c. Mason
Also Writes As:
Romance Genres:
Contemporary Romance,
Historical Romance,
Paranormal Romance,
Erotic Romance
Speaks On:
Craft – Creating Narrative Voice for Diverse Characters
Craft – 12 Beats & Other Instruments to Tell A Story
Speaks To:
Writing Groups,
Book Clubs and other readers groups
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a.c. Mason is a multi-published multi-award nominated Multicultural Romance  and Mainstream fiction writer. Her work has been nominated for six 2012 Bookie Awards, two 2012 Swirl awards and in 2013 The AMB Ovation Awards (The Angie) an inductee to the Academy of AA/IR/Multicultural Fellows Awards.

She co-founded The Cultural, Interracial, and Multicultural Special Interest Chapter of Romance Writers of America. She believes in a fostering author support and advocacy to learn more go to cimrwa.org.

Born from the union of her Scottish and Belgian mother and an African American and Cherokee father, a.c. Mason’s youth was filled with dichotomies and moving from place to place. She developed a curiosity to explore through writing the seedy side of our nature and desires. Add to that her fascination with theology, politics, history, horror, and erotica. And voila, her distinct voice surfaced. Given her own diverse background, she writes stories that represent the world she grew up in. She enjoys delving into the realms of the unknown and blurring the caution lines. Her stories are the place where darkness meets human desire and fairytale endings are not promised but earned.

She is fluent in French and English. An avid traveler, she has stepped foot on most of Canada, both of the United States seaboards, England and Europe. She advocates the preservation of our natural and cultural riches for future generations.


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