LIFE IN THE CURLY LANE
As a globetrotting writer, I have lived, shopped, mothered, traveled and written novels and stories in Africa, Asia, the Middle East as well as in the US and Europe. I now live in Moldova, Eastern Europe, where the people are friendly and the wine is plentiful.
After writing 35 romance novels, I’m now enjoying writing longer women’s fiction, and I’ve also ventured down the path of non-fiction and write about my (mis)adventures living in foreign places. I am not an expatriate living in paradise, remodeling an old farm house, drinking wine from my own grapes and harvesting my own olives. I have, however, seen my Palestinian butcher’s bedroom in Ramallah, dined on fertility goat sausage in Kenya, and attended a traditional bride-price ceremony in Ghana. (My husband got me cheap!)
The Washington Post published several of my stories, and RDR Books included one of my tales in their travel-humor story collection I Should Have Just Stayed Home. Four of my stories appear in The Global Nomad and Friends: Tales of Breaking Free and Breaking Bread Around the World (Three Rivers Press).
My life in the curly lane is a fun one, mostly. You can read about my (mis)adventures on my blog LIFE IN THE EXPAT LANE.
My Harlequin Presents romance novels are listed under BOOKS.