About The Author
I live at Horse Country Farm, a family-owned riding stable in the Cascade foothills. Before the pandemic, I organized most of the riding programs and taught horsemanship, nursed sick horses, held for the shoer, trained whoever needed it – four-legged and two-legged. And wrote books in my spare time, usually from 8PM to 2AM, seven days a week after a long day on the ranch.
I'm looking forward to opening up the stable again full-time, but right everything is still on a limited basis. There are 19 horses to look after, along with other assorted animals. As for the few kids, tweens and teens who still come to ride, I give them back at the end of each day.
When I can’t write, due to the overwhelming needs and pressures of the “real” world, words and stories fill my mind. Even when I muck the barn, I think about books in progress and map out the writing in my mind. I’ve had a lot of adventures over the years and I plan to write all about them. I hope you enjoy reading about them! I’m a member of Evergreen Writers in Everett, WA, the Emerald City Writers in Seattle, the Writers Cooperative of the Pacific Northwest and Pacific NW Writers. I have B.A. degrees in English and History, and my Master’s-In-Teaching degree.
See you soon. Meantime, enjoy the stories!