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Gender
Female
Birthday
August 17 1974
Location
Utah
About Me
I discovered a love of creative writing in high school while writing for the school newspaper and literary magazine. I have always found an outlet in creative arts and have been privileged to perform in musical theatre, as well as compete internationally in ballroom dancing. However, writing is my first and current love. I have worked in health care, but have spent the past 15 years raising my 4 daughters and fighting a seizure disorder that limits my mobility, but not my creativity.
Type of Writer
Poetry and essays.
Writing Style
Personal reflection
Interests
Ballroom Dancing, Bowling Cross stitch, Movies, Travel
Website / Homepage
www.shadowexpress.com
Group Memberships
Favorite Genres
Historical Fiction, Suspense, Fantasy, Romance
Favorite Books
Poison Study, The Stand, The Lord of The Rings, The Jester, The Other Bolyen Girl
Favorite Authors
Stephen King, Joss Whedon, Maria Snyder, James Patterson, Michael Chrichton, Nora Roberts
Favorite Quote
"Being an author is having angels whisper in your ear … and devils too."
Favorite Movies
Steel Magnolias, White Oleander, Where the Heart Is
RECOMMENDED ITEMS
Alice in Wonderland image prompt. Entry for Dark Dreamscapes (Round 3).
Rated: 13+
~136 Words
Dark, Fantasy, Contest Entry
Type: Poetry
Updated 6 years ago
Can you capture the essence of an ancestor in one story or poem? (2013 Quill Award Winner)
Rated: E
566 Posts
Contest, Family, Genealogy
Type: Contest
Updated about a month ago
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    Rated: E · Contest · #1935693
    Do you love the challenge and creativity of free verse poetry? This contest is for you.
    Rated: E · Writing · #1914803
    Finished pieces of poetry
    Rated: E · Contest · #1962161
    Can you capture the essence of an ancestor in one story or poem? (2013 Quill Award Winner)
    Rated: E · Arts · #2013207
    The power of sound and light gives a voice to the voiceless.
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