Virginia Meyer


As a wife and mother of three sons, Meyer spent much of her life living and working as a home economist and teacher in rural central Idaho and Eastern Washington State.

Now retired, she resides in Spokane, WA where she enjoys the opportunity to pursue a long-held interest in writing. She is the author of two previously published books: Peaceful Valley, The Story of Kamiah’s Early Years—a historical memoir telling of her grandparents and the part they played in founding the village of Kamiah in NezPerce Indian territory. A second book, Uphill Both Ways, is an amusing travel memoir recounting the challenges and triumphs encountered as a novice rider, bicycling 100 miles in the Catskill Mountains.

Call Me Katherine is the author’s first fictional work

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Call Me Katherine
Price: $7.99 USD. Words: 56,690. Language: English. Published: January 18, 2010 by NorLightsPress. Category: Fiction » Women's fiction » General
The children have left for college, the house is empty, and stay-at-home mom Kitty Lundstrom just landed the writing assignment of her dreams. What could possibly go wrong? Everything. Unexpected circumstances require a move from Maine to Oregon. Struggling to cope with unwelcome life changes, Kitty embarks upon an emotional journey that threatens her home, her marriage, and her self-worth.

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