Award winning author and screenwriter Jolie Kramer began her career in 1975 as a reader in the Comedy Development department for 20th Century Fox. She left Fox in 1977 to go on location with "The Deer Hunter." She then worked as an auditor, associate producer, and producer on such projects as "When She Says No" for CBS, "Beulah Land" for NBC, "Great American Traffic Jam" for NBC, and "Clan of the Cave Bear" for Jozak Productions. In 1987, she became head of development for the McCarron Film Corporation, overseeing a roster of twelve feature films.
As a screenwriter, she's had a series concept purchased by Cinemax, acted as script consultant on more than fifty screenplays, and her script "Apache Tears" is currently in development with Northern Lights Productions.
Ms. Kramer also teaches writing in workshops across the country, and is a frequent guest speaker at writing conferences. Her tape on "Advanced Plotting" from the Dallas Romance Writers of America is the best selling tape in the RWA's history.
Her first Silhouette novel, "Suspect" was awarded "Best First Series Book" by Romantic Times Magazine, garnered the 1994 "Romance Writer of the Year" award from Pike's Peak RWA, and was a finalist for "Best Romantic Suspense Novel of 1994" by Romance Writers of America.
Her first Temptation novel, "One Wicked Night," was a finalist for "Best Short Contemporary Novel of 1998" by Romance Writers of America.
Jolie currently writes for Harlequin American, Temptation, Intrigue, Continuity Series, and Blaze. She also ghost wrote "Great Big Beautiful Doll - The Anna Nicole Smith Story" for Barricade Books.
Her novel "Going For It" was one of the launch books for the Harlequin imprint Blaze, and was singled out for worldwide promotion including ads in "People" magazine, "Redbook," and other major publications.