The mysterious woman in the wilderness, as outlined in John's Book of Revelation, comes to life in the age of technology. Gabriella's very existence hinges on the events that must come to pass. She is young and innocent, and protected for a time, times, and half a time. This first book denotes the second of times, leaving way for only a time and a half a time.
Born in Sacramento, California in 1969, D.M Denovi grew up predominantly in Montara, California; after having relocated several times back and forth from the West Coast, to the East Coast and back to the West.
With a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration, earned earnestly through various home study programs, she traveled throughout the United States as a computer programmer. It was during the process of coding extensive rating algorithms that she discovered her urge to put those algorithms into words.
Taking a break from traveling, she settled in Las Vegas, Nevada to be near her family; and there, she penned her first novel, which spiraled quickly into a trilogy. The concept arrived through a combination of dreams inspired by reading the Revelation of John.
Into the Wilderness - Book 1 was published as an ebook at Amazon.com in 2014 and was later followed by the audiobook version, narrated by James Gillies in 2015. The Last Time - Book 2 ebook was released for Kindle in 2015, followed by Half a Time - Book 3.
Taking a break from the spiritually seeded trilogy of good and evil, D.M. Denovi turned her algorithms toward contemporary fiction. Her recent releases include: The Blog, a suspense/thriller; Clara's Bible, the fictional, historical account of a young, bi-racial girl adapting to abduction in the 1970's; and recently published, The Stalk Exchange, a suspense/thriller tailing the lives of five women whose worlds collide at the hands of a malevolent stalker.
With a deep seeded love for writing contemporary fiction and spiraling thrillers, D.M. Denovi is currently working on several projects(to be announced.)
She lives and writes in Las Vegas, Nevada with her husband, David, and 13 year old "puppy", Bella.
I was thoroughly surprised at the depth of this story. I downloaded it as a free-bee on my kindle and read it during a long flight. I love that the author did not pull out the usual tricks involved with exorcist type of stories. Also, I loved the characters. They stayed true to the story line. What really impresses me is that even though there is not a specific time to the story, there is still a timeline that is strictly followed. I would urge this author to get a better editor, although the editing wasn't too bad. It read like a movie and I did not have to weedle through two pages to find out what color the grass was. The story does not end with a cliffhanger, but a happy closure and I am awaiting the second book.