About

I grew up in Central Texas, but have lived in the foothills of Kentucky, with my husband and two sons, long enough to consider it home.  I enjoy road trips with my family, watching my husband race at one of the local dirt tracks, and a good cup of coffee.  When I’m not doing one of those things, you can find me with my nose in a book (and 2 or 3 in my purse).

I love writing small-town stories of happily ever after and have an affinity for all genres of music, but I’m partial to my southern roots.

10 Random Facts:

1) I have visited almost all 50 states and traveled to several of the Caribbean Islands.

2) I hoard recipes, but rarely use them.

3) My purse must be big enough to carry my Kindle because it goes everywhere with me.

4) I’m not a fan of chocolate.

5) I started cross-stitching a quilt about 15 years ago and have yet to finish it.

6)  I could eat sweet potatoes everyday.

7) At one time I had a baby goat living inside my house.

8) I have a fear of talking in front of people no matter how big or small the audience is.

9) Although I have never been involved in an accident with another moving vehicle, I am a terrible driver and have hit just about every stationary object possible.  Needless to say, my husband never lets me drive on road trips.

10) Unless the Kentucky Wildcats are playing, I rarely watch TV.

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5 thoughts on “About

  1. I’m so glad you found my blog, Dena and thanks for following me. I’m so pleased as well that you think you might like my book! I felt the same about yours and have added it to my ‘Want to Read’ shelf on Goodreads. Nice to ‘meet’ you on here and wishing you lots of success with your debut novel 🙂

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