Myrtle, the organist for WSHG radio. We perform old time radio shows form the 1930s and 40s, including using the Foley sound effects they used back in the era.
I've been a voracious reader ever since my mother instilled within me her own love of reading at an early age. Together we would escape into worlds otherwise unknown.
A new love entered my life when I saw Mary Martin in PETER PAN. Struck with a fever from which I never recovered, I submerged myself in drama through high school and college, but, alas, Broadway never found my phone number. But don't think I gave up acting and directing. I simply channeled my efforts into Community Theatre, specifically Players Guild@Sugar Hill, where I direct, act occasionally, and love every minute of it!
While a large, floppy straw hat is my favorite, I've worn many different ones: hairdresser, legislative affairs director (that's a fancy name for a lobbyist), business manager, creative arts director and writer. My lifetime experience provides a plethora of fodder for my Southern-fried fiction (try saying that three times fast).
I wrote and published my first script in 1996 and to date, I have over 4-dozen scripts in print and numerous articles on various aspects of Christian drama and the craft of writing. In Jan of 2003, having quit my job with my husband’s encouragement, I began to write full time. I reside in Sugar Hill, Georgia with my artist husband, and an irascible rotty, who has grown into quite the news hound.
Signing my first contract