Ruthie Marlenée is a California native, former Los Angeles County, Orange County and San Bernardino County resident now residing in the desert of Riverside County with her husband.
A James Kirkwood Literary Award nominee for “Curse of the Ninth,” she also earned her Writer’s Certificate “With Distinction” from UCLA. She is the author of several novels: “Isabela’s Island,” “Agave Blues,” and is currently working on the sequel “And Still Her Voice.“ Marlenée is a ghostwriter, screenwriter, novelist and a poet whose work can be found in several literary publications.
Mix TOGETHER A LITTLE FAMILY, DRAMA, GHOSTS, AND TEQUILA, AND YOU GET A HELL OF A COCKTAILAgave Blues
In the fall of 1930, Charley, not yet born, knows what happened to his father Doc as he lay dying.Curse of the Ninth
“This ain’t no YaYa Sisterhood,” Isabela surmises.Isabella’s Island