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Since I grew up far from anywhere, I
read romance novels I bought with my babysitting money at the local
grocery store. Most of the time, I enjoyed them, yet sometimes the endings
annoyed me and I’d think, “I would end that better.”
I was fortunate to have immigrant great-grandparents way into my late teen years on both sides of my family. The stories I listened to, the rich history of their adventures across America, sparked my interest in the population of westward America. I paid attention and asked so many questions. I found their stories awesome and amazing! Funny thing is I didn’t do anything with the information. Years later, during an afternoon visit with a good friend of mine, I listened to her account of her family and how they came to live where they lived. I think my mouth hung open for two days when I realized I had a compulsion to combine bits of her story and pieces of the stories tucked in my memory to create Travis Pass, the story of two families and their migration to America. Sally Murphy was an idea that spiked from Travis Pass during a visit to a museum. Ida Keller was a character in Sally Murphy who needed her story told so I wrote Liberty Road. Rock Creek is the story of Travis’ daughter and Albert’s Rain, releasing in December 2007, is the story of a man who helped Lindsay Pass of Rock Creek.
My Whiskey Shots, Volume One, which
release in January 2007, is the premier novel in the newest line at
Whiskey Creek Press. I’m so excited to find a home for two short
stories that tie in with my Travis Pass Series. Whiskey Shots Volume
Currently, I’m working on a story that touches on the Depression Era, WWII and the times surrounding. It takes me about a year to write a story, but soon as I get it done, and let my few selected pre-readers give their opinions, I’ll attempt to share it with the world! I’ll be sure to post it to my website once it finds a home.
On the side, I work full-time at a landfill
writing permits and letters, helping out wherever the bosses tell me
to. I am a selected Community Columnist for The Lincoln Journal Star.
My first article appeared on September 9th, 2006. Article two appeared
December 2nd, 2006. The article three deadline has not yet been announced.
Go to www.journalstar.com and search Community Columnist for both published
articles. I also work Friday night’s frying fish at one of our
local taverns and have been doing that for about 12 years.
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