Author, physician, wife, mother, grandmother, women’s rights and human rights activist, traveler, photographer, artist, hiker, pilot, knitter and marksman, with many more interests and so little time to do them. Our German shepherd mix Valkyrie and black Lab, Gracie, are great company on long walks. Husband Tom and I have lived in Whitefish Montana near Glacier Park for nearly three decades.
Retirement has given me more freedom to write and finish pending projects. Living in Alaska in the 70’s, dog mushing, remote flights, climbing Mount Rainier in WA State, surviving a life-threatening light plane crash in the snowy mountains of Idaho, surviving breast cancer and a year of chemo therapy have given me strength and great writing ideas.
I have been writing for about 15 years and have completed 8 books. My indie-published nonfiction books are:
Eyes of a Pedophile – Detecting Child Predators
This true crime is based on the life and crimes of Nathanael Bar-Jonah. I hope you will read Eyes of a Pedophile on Kindle, identify pedophile characteristics and intervene to save innocent children from victimization.
Modern Birth Control – Contraception, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Sexual Assault
Fiction books in process include a medical thriller series, a romantic intrigue, a bio-thriller and a mystery co-authored with my sister Bev. I hope to have four of these published in 2016.
In Montana Women magazine, my sister Bev and I write the monthly Lipstick Logic column on women’s health. We are also in final edits on: Secrets of Loon Lake, a mystery set in Northern Minnesota resort country in 1960. blog: Lipsticklogic