Ann has been a writer since junior high, but to pay the bills she has waited tables, delivered newspapers, cleaned other people’s houses, taught school, and had a stint as a secretary in a rock-n-roll radio station. She also worked as a 911 operator and a police dispatcher. 

Her fiction began to win awards during her college days. Since then she’s published several short stories, novels, and novellas. She’s always reading and always writing, but even if she never sold another story, Ann would not stop writing. For her it’s a necessity, like breathing. Most of the time, it even keeps her sane.

 

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They call him the Killer Cartographer because he carves the map coordinates of each victim on the femur of the one before. Then he tattoos the information on his skin. 
 
Can Detective Kendra Dean bring him in,
or will she become his next tattoo?
 





 
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Q & A With the Author:
1.         What drove you to write / why did you become an author? I wrote my first novel, STEVIE-GIRL AND THE PHANTOM PILOT after winning a short fiction contest at the Abilene Writer’s Guild. A new small press requested it and once it was done, it went on to become a 4 book series. I’ve always loved reading so it seemed natural to start writing as a teenager.
2.         How do you create your characters? I don’t create characters intentionally. They come to life in my head and then I let them out.
3. What is one thing you love about Fall / Autumn? I love everything about Autumn; the colors, the smells, the cooler weather, and Halloween.
4.         Who is the person or group of people that most support you in your writing? My family is very supportive of my writing, although my biggest supporter was my sister (also an avid reader) who recently passed away. I also have three writing groups whose members are awesome.
5.        What is your favorite Halloween Memory? Halloween is one of my favorite times of year. When I was a kid, my siblings and I would traipse up and down the streets of our small hometown, trick-or-treating. We basically had the run of the entire town. On a scarier note, a man came in our house one Halloween night after we were all asleep (Dad was out of town) and my mom hit him in the head with a hammer when he appeared in our bedroom door. We made our escape and he went to the hospital then jail. We kids just knew he had broke in to steal our Halloween candy. It had been a banner trick-or-treating night that year.

 

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