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A Quick Introduction



I discovered my love of writing while learning about poetry in grade school. I was already an avid reader by that time, but I hadn’t experimented with putting my own words to paper. My desire to be a writer sparked to life and grew into a passion when I was introduced to writing prose a few years later.


I've written in many forms through the years, including editing a local newspaper, copywriting, ghostwriting, and composing a screenplay. Through it all, my dream to be a novelist never dimmed. After working in various jobs, raising my children, and traveling the world, the day finally came when I decided to devote myself to writing full-time. My career was born, and thanks to readers like you, I'm still writing all these years later!

The foundation of my writing philosophy is that stories should transport the reader into a world that leaves them inspired and motivated. We all have superheroes lurking inside, just waiting for the right motivation to surface. I'm a firm believer that stories should put us in the hero's shoes and allow us to experience the story through the hero's eyes.

My debut novel, Arms of Grace, is a finalist in consideration for production by Wind Dancer Films, a silver medalist in the Readers’ Favorite Awards, and a recipient of the B.R.A.G. Medallion.

Along with being a writer, I'm also a wife, a mother to four incredible sons, and Nana to one amazing grand-darling. I love walking, bike rides, and enjoying the outdoors. I suspect I'm part Water-Sprite and even worked as a whitewater rafting guide. I'm left-handed, I can't stand eating beans (like, I hate them), I love dogs, and I'm an avid baseball fan.


(I also write post-apocalyptic Sci-fi under my alter ego, E.A. Chance.)


Enough about me. Now it's your turn. Where are you from? What do you do? What other Historical or Women's Fiction writers do you like to read? What makes you unique? To answer, just comment or join my private VIP Facebook Group under the top post.

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