I’m happiest when I’m writing, fleshing out the stories in my head. I think about my characters all the time. Scenes pop into my mind as I drift off to sleep or wander the grocery store. It’s a relief to write, but also hard work. The rewards are immeasurable. I used to be a teacher and consider myself a lifelong learner. My prayer is to continue to grow as a writer with each story I tell.
I love the past and earned my bachelor’s degree in history. I remember being told there was nothing I could do with a history degree, but now I get to use what I learned when writing stories. As with everything, I always want to know more, so when I’m not reading romance or mystery, I’m reading nonfiction history books about 19th century America and Britain. If you ever come across a great history book or biography from the period, be sure to let me know! I love sharing tidbits I learn along the way, and I’d love t hear from you too.
I’m not a wiz at social media, but I truly enjoy it. I used to be an IT Help Desk technician, so figuring out technology is one of my hobbies. Find me on Blogger, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Tumblr, Instagram, and Pinterest using the icons at the upper right. Feel free to friend me, follow me, etc. and I’ll try to reciprocate.
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