Kerry E. Wagner is a native Houstonian. He is affiliated with various entertainers in the Houston area. After devoting years to Houston’s underground rap scene, this former rapper took 18 years of experience and was compelled to change the game of urban literature. He was first inspired to publish his work after reading New York Bestseller, “Coldest Winter Ever,” by Sister Souljah.
Kerry began writing his first novel after being incarcerated. Without the means to seek a publisher, Kerry E. Wagner lived and wrote the fictional masterpiece “She Did That” while living out of his car. He went to the library everyday and took notes free hand because he was computer illiterate at the time.
Initially, his manuscript was over 800 handwritten pages, a testament to his hard work, perseverance, and drive. Kerry created an audio version of the first three chapters of “She Did That” to test market in area beauty salons and on local college campuses. This strategy created a roaring demand and he was able to build a grand following on the underground circuit. He made frequent appearances on the message boards and forums of Michael Baisden, Russ Parr, Reggie Johnson and Steve Harvey, becoming very popular in online communities.