|2021||Paris & Chicago|
When I write as Nira Nabro, I feel young and free. I imagine that I live in Montmartre, in Paris, and study at the Sorbonne.
I am full of dreams and emotion. I love poetry and cats.
When I am Anna Molnar, I reconnect with my Hungarian – American side and see my heritage as something worth sharing with others. I write books with an appeal for the entire family and particularly enjoy writing stories for young adults.
|2020||We Fade To Green|
Writing under my maiden name allows me to take one step back from my current family life and career, and focus in on the child and woman I used to be. As Henriette Javorek, I write biographies and autobiographies, and books based on real-life events.
When I am Henry Hills, my masculine side comes to life, and I allow myself liberties I would otherwise shy away from. I can be the macho divorcé who remains charming while provoking. I can touch on the inappropriate with the naughtiness of an otherwise respectable gentleman.
I imagine I have a southern drawl and can sport a pair of cowboy boots with style.
|2021||Farting In Public|
|2022||Joann Thornton And Her Last Will|
When I write as Renée Kerovaj, my lifelong love of the theater is finally in the spotlight. I am dramatic, and funny, and exuberant. Though older and wiser, I imagine that I am still a beautiful diva, who knows how to fill a stage with life.