I was born with a pen in my hand, reaching for a pad. My mother was distressed. My first short story was written when I was six years old, and sent to a magazine called "Children's Digest." My story, "Why Angels Have Wings," gave me my first rejection letter.
I have three children, seven grandchildren, a retired racing greyhound and a long-haired Chihuahua, who rules. I share my life with my soul mate of 16 years.
Most recent publication (we are also publishers) is "The Black Whole," a book of short stories that will have you turning on all the lights and checking the locks on your doors and windows.