General details

  • Redhorse

  • Southside VA

  • Bonnie

  • not at the moment, thanks for asking.

  • English

In short

  • I'm 40...something. I lived my life dream by working at my dream job (radio) but it was a bit like the dog catching the car. Once I got that prize, I found that I didn't really want it as much as I thought. So for three years now I've been sort of free falling, part timing, and being a not-always-content sahm.  I thought I'd try my second dream job. Writing. I had definite talent for career dream #1-I am a born talker. Now it's time to test my stuff again. I love a good challenge!

  • I was kicked out of the Halifax County Public Library for life. Let's just say that farting in a librarian's face is never a good idea.

My Favorites: Reading and Writing

  • Fiction: Crime, Historical Fiction, Horror, Humor/Satire, Literary, Mystery, Political, Short Story, Women's Fiction

    Non-Fiction: History, Humor, Memoir/Narrative Non-fiction, Outdoors & Nature, Pets, Politics & Current Affairs, Reference, Sex & Relationships, True Crime, Women's Studies

  • I really enjoyed the Witching Hour books by Ann Rice, of course, every one's favorites, the LOTR series. I also liked Stephen R Donaldson's Thomas Covenant series. I read a lot of Maeve Binchy, too. I like to read about Hitler and Nazis because I don't understand how one man could be so evil or get people to follow his evil. I am NOT A NAZI, A WHITE SUPREMACIST, of a NEO-NAZI! I'm just fascinated by them.
  • I am re-reading the Gunslinger novels by Stephen King.
  • Ocracoke North Carolina, laying on the beach with no other human being (aside from my daughter and husband) around for miles. If I am not there, then I am sprawled out on the sofa reading.
  • Well, as a teen and young adult, I wrote terribly sappy, morbid and pathetic poetry. Other than that...I've not written anything for at least a decade.
  • Fiction: Literary, Short Story, Women's Fiction

    Non-Fiction: Sex & Relationships, Women's Studies

  • Ouiser Boudreaux. I live in a small town in southern Virginia, and I know women who could easily step right into the play Steel Magnolias and be those characters. The one I'd most like to be is Ouiser because I think it would be great fun to just be able to say what you think.
  • Maeve Binchy, Stephen R Donaldson, Tolkien, Steven King, Ann Rice. And me, of course.