Tell us about your family.
I have three children, scattered all over the US, and four grandchildren. My husband has five children who all live within 15 minutes of us, and one grandchild. This means we share a lovely and very diverse family.
How do you write – lap top, pen, paper, in bed, at a desk?
I write at a computer. At home in my own office on a lovely big computer, and when I am traveling, with a little laptop. I also keep notes of things to write on little slips of paper, although I am getting better at leaving those notes on my phone instead.
How much sleep do you need to be your best?
I have always only needed between 5 and 6 hours of sleep a night. Sometimes I nap for 15 minutes in the afternoon, but don’t really need any extra sleep. Luckily, my husband is the same, so we get up in the very early morning together. This gives us time to talk before the day begins.
Is there anyone you’d like to acknowledge and thank for their support?
This list would have to include everyone who has read something I have written and then taken the time to say something to me about it. I also have the Shift community to thank because I never write without thinking of them. Narrowing it down, the smaller community of The Women’s Council is my consistent inspiration and support team. Then my wonderful family, and most of all, my husband, Del, who keeps me both grounded and inspired at the same time. Nothing would be the same without him.
If you could have a dinner party and invite anyone dead or alive, who would you ask?
What a wonderful dinner party it would be! If I think of it as a meeting of my board of directors Mary Baker Eddy would be the first invite, then Agatha Christie, my mentor Dorothy Hardy, Albert Einstein, my dad, my husband, Anthony Doerr, maybe I could invite all the past spiritual leaders if they would come .. and perhaps Winston Churchill!
When you are not writing, how do you like to relax?
I love to read, if I am not at my computer you will find me curled on my reading lounge. I also love watching design shows of all kinds on the Television. When I need to get up and about, I garden or head to the gym.
What’s your favorite meal?
I dream of vegetables and spices! Seriously – that is what makes me hungry. Thinking of Indian food makes my mouth water.
What color represents your personality the most?
All shades of purple.
What movie do you love to watch?
I rarely watch a movie more than once. However, I make an exception for movies I call my “happy movies” – those wonderful movies where happiness reigns over conflict and people live outside the range of what we call ordinary life. (Examples: Stardust, Enchanted)
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