I mean, what else could it be for. So, here's a bit about me.
I'm old enough to know better, but too young to care. I was born in Arkansas but live in Texas now. Course, since I was born in Texarkana, I was really close to Texas from the start. After joining the military, I lived in Florida, (Homestead, Panama City) and Missouri (Sedalia) along with Fort Worth, Texas. Also, lived on Guam for two years, thank you Air Force.
I met my better half in Homestead, he was in the same squadron I was. While I worked on airplanes and he worked on bombs, we still managed to meet and get married.
We have 3 kids now, the oldest (21) is myone and only son. We had three daughters but lost one to cancer at age 5. It was 11 years ago so while there's still a void, time does heal.
Hubby is a Baptist preacher, and while I don't mention it here often, my faith is very important to me.
I've been seriously writing since about 2002. And while I play in most genres, my favorites are mystery and fantasy. I like SF but don't like the research needed to get it right. Which reminds me of a story...
After the plot bunnies dropped off a SF idea for me, I realized I needed to do some research on space travel, specifically Faster Than Light (FTL) travel. Now, I tend to get a bit obsessive about that kinda stuff so I read a LOT about FTL travel. I guess when I went to sleep that night, FTL was the last thing I thought about cause next morning when I got clothes out for hubby, I noticed the FTL printed at regular intervals around the waistband of his undies. Naturally I wondered just what the heck underwear had to do with Faster Than Light travel. It took me about 10 minutes of pondering before I realized FTL stood for Fruit of The Loom.
My WIPs include a mystery which is being run through my critque group and a dragon fantasy I'm revising in my spare time. (Yeah right, what spare time.)
I do stupid things. Multiple times. I don't care for veggies cause I ate so many of them as a kid. It was veggies or nothing so...
Chocolate is my favorite food. :-) Course you already knew that.
As a kid, I spent many hours under the covers with a flashlight and book. I loved "horse" books, westerns, fantasy, SF, horror and even gothic romance. My favorite books vary from day to day so I won't even try to list those. However I will say I've never read War & Peace, Moby Dick and most of the other classics.
Comment section open for questions though I won't guarantee an answer. :-)