Ever since the age of four when I pilfered my brother’s comics, I knew I wanted to be a writer. The road to publication, however, had a few detours. After graduating with a degree in English literature, I became a programmer (go figure). Years later, after an amicable parting with technology, I was an editor at a company that produced educational material, and after that, the fiction editor at a literary journal. Working with so many talented writers was what finally spurred me forward. Somehow I managed to overcome my procrastination and write my first novel, Journey of the Heart, and I’ve been writing ever since.
Originally from Montreal, Canada, I now live in Arizona with my computer-guru husband, Robert, and no, I don’t miss the snow. (It’s a dry heat, remember? And you can’t shovel heat.) Incidentally, it was Robert who inspired me to create Ellen, my Luddite character in Sex, Lies & Hot Tubs. He’s been trying forever to get me to update my tech skills, but it’s a lost cause. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not a total Luddite—I love my e-reader and you can find me on Twitter and Facebook—but I have a meltdown every time I have to learn something new. Plus, I’m worried about carpenters. With e-books replacing print books, we won’t need bookshelves, so what will carpenters do for starter projects?
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