M axx Kilbourne is a native Detroiter and author of African-American centered fiction. Maxx Kilbourne novels reflect an inner-city upbringing but by no means is Maxx a, "hood book" author (respect to those who are). His Eastside edge has been tapered by a successful career in media, a beautiful family and exotic travels. The 'lighter side' of life has helped Maxx to author well-rounded stories that cater to, 'those who've added water to milk.'
Maxx has enjoyed creative writing his entire life. He's created content for legendary Hip Hop Magazine "The Source," The Detroit News, Comedy Blog, "TheySoFunny.com" and several urban radio stations across the United States. Maxx has written 5 novels, three screenplays and hundreds of radio/tv commercials. Maxx Kilbourn has also been featured in Rolling Out Magazine, Native Detroiter Magazine and several literary journals.
Maxx Kilbourne novels offer three-dimensional peeks into the lives of African-Americans with peculiar situations and complicated matters of the heart. Maxx writes of pervasive thought, entangled feelings, and genuine love without over-the-top stereotypes or antics.
Maxx Kilbourne's mantra, "Every day is Payday" is carefully woven into each novel. Maxx is a firm believer that every minute, hour, and day of a person's life is wrapped in divine purpose. As a result, every character Maxx creates and each chapter he pens coalesce into a complete and entertaining story.
Tom Joyner Family Reunion
Just for Laughs
Tom Joyner Cruise
All Black Natl. Convention
Future Fiction Writers
Los Angeles, CA