As a class assignment in seventh grade, I wrote an autobiography, which I still possesses today. The last line reads, “When I grow up, I want to be an English teacher,” and that is exactly what I did.
I have written articles for The Sixties in America and The Seventies in America, reference sets published by Salem Press, but The Crab Hollow Chronicles is my first foray into full-length fiction writing.
Now retired, I am a first alto in the 75-voice South Hills Chorale. I could easily become a Words With Friends junkie if it were not for my vast bucket list (such as conquering those training chopsticks). I live in West Mifflin, Pennsylvania, with my husband Frank and travel to Houston and San Jose to visit our two children and three grandchildren.
Here is my family, including Leslie’s twenty-year-old turtle “Turtle” on the far left. Want to try the “Where’s Thomas” game as per my first post?