Don’t we all want to figure out who we are? When you’re young you want to strike out and find out who you are apart from your family, and then as you get older you want to know who your family is as a way of knowing yourself better.
I’m a mixture of Swedish and Scottish immigrants as well as British, Irish, French, German, and a little sprinkle of this and that, but. Mostly you could say European. My ancestors were a mix of royalty and white slaves. But all of them were tough. If you go way back you’d trace the majority of my DNA to Scandinavian and Celtic Viking warriors and Kings. I’m cool with that, it helps me to remember to be a warrior rather than a victim of circumstances now.
On a lighter note, I’m also a wife and mom and Mimi who loves to be home on our ranch. I’m never bored! I’m doing what I love and you can’t ask for more than that. I’m a woman who believes the Gospel as told in the Bible and I’m a woman who loves to have everything cute!
Being surrounded by beauty, nature, my animals, and books keeps me happy.
I’m always learning. I’ve been this way my whole life. I suppose that’s why Indie publishing my books is so appealing to me. I have always written my own books. I homeschooled for 20 years and honed those skills with my kids and groups we were in. I learned to make covers, format, and all that fun stuff. But there’s always more to learn and another level. I never stop learning new skills.
I’ll also admit I have a crush on great cowboy boots. Jeans and T-shirts and bags and stationary, but mostly boots. 🙂
I love my readers and I write for the pleasure of them as well as myself. I enjoy hearing from them, connecting with them, and praying for them.
Also, I’m getting old. But I don’t care. 🙂 My husband and I still chase each other around when we’re home alone.
I write clean, inspirational romance and there’s always at least one animal in my stories.
*I’m messy but I hate messes.
*I love to cook but I hate to do the dishes.
*I tried to wear jeans and a T-shirt to my own wedding. Tall, Dark, and Handsome would have none of it.
*I’d love to hear about you.