Prior to moving to New Hampshire in 1977, the author spent most of the previous 20 years living overseas. As the daughter of an U.S. State Department diplomat, she lived in Korea, Taiwan, the Philippines, Thailand, and Ethiopia before returning to the U.S. to attend college.
She has written travel articles, poetry, and fiction, and was the publisher of the Southern NH Children's Directory and related publications from 1994 to 1999. She is employed as a technical writer for an international software company.
Her next project is a non-fiction account of her her family's experiences living overseas, entitled The Sullivan Saga: Memories of an Overseas Childhood.
These are the exotic, funny and sometimes bittersweet stories of an overseas childhood in Asia & Africa from 1957-1972. The author is the daughter of a State Dept. diplomat and through her stories, you can begin to appreciate the adaptability of children to other cultures and the fortitude of parents trying to raise their children to be citizens of the world as well as good Americans overseas.
Teenager Angie Jackson, whose family runs a campground in rugged Crawford Notch in New Hampshire’s White Mountains, must find 4-year old Melanie who is lost in the surrounding wilderness. In a strange twist of fate, she gets help from 1941.