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After I earned a BA in English at The College of William and Mary and grew out the worst freshman haircut in the history of undergraduate education (right), I wrote advertising copy, worked in

corporate communications, sold paintings (below right),

raised two great kids, launched a Faith section in our

local newspaper, wrote over 100 news articles, and

wrote some arts-related articles for a local African-

American magazine. Currently, I write and edit for

a business consultant.

I published a novel called Flying Home, available

on Amazon; I wrote a second novel, Maiden America,

which lives a sad life in my dark attic; and I just finished

novel number 3, Under the Red Clay, represented by

literary agent, Don Pape. 


We English majors eventually find our groove. 

Who knew back in college when I started dating a history major, who listened to the Gap Band and wore little white tennis shorts, that he would become the pastor of a big church? Me, a pastor's wife? I didn't grow up in church and didn't even know being a pastor's wife was a thing. But I found my quiet niche at church, rocking babies, painting murals, designing a prayer garden, and starting a program for first generation college students.

We pastors' wives eventually find our groove, too.

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