Dorenda Wynnette Madkins (born November 10, 1979) is an American author, writer, poet, singer/songwriter and entrepreneur. Madkins is a native of Hobbs, New Mexico, but relocated to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma along with her parents Wayne Nelson Broach and Bennie Jo Brooks in 1997, where she currently resides. Her passion as a writer arose early on in her life. Madkins developed a strong love for poetry at the age of 12 and would occasionally compose poetic artistry, which continued throughout her teens. By the age of 16, she knew she wanted to become a writer and her dream was to release her own book of poetry under the name "A Spice of Life", which she later accomplished. Before the age of 20, Madkins poetry was included in several poetry anthologies, which eventually led to her winning the International Poet of Merit Award for her poem titled "Material Things". Madkins now has multiple books published internationally, including genres such as child development and poetry. Her books have led to interviews with various media outlets, including international journalists. Read More...
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