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I was born in Oak Ridge, Tennessee (not saying when), but I moved to Idaho when I was just two months old. So while I definitely consider myself an Idahoan, I do have a love for the south.
I have a fascination, though, with the granite peaks and vast pine forests of the northwest, which is why I have partly located the books I have published so far in these places. I love to relax and write, gazing upon the Sawtooth Mountains of Idaho, or explore the wonders of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. All of these places are not far from where I live, and I spend as much time there as I can.
I’m a wife to a wonderful man and a mother of three amazing kids—two sons and a daughter. By day, I’m a secretary at a private school, and by night and weekend, I’m always writing.
My interests include music, having studied the piano and played handbells. My passion, however, since I was very small has always been writing. I believe that most writers will tell you that they always knew they wanted to be a writer. Where so many young people head off to college not at all certain what they want to study, it seems that writers have always known.
A life-changing event for me occurred in sixth grade, when my teacher invited Wilson Rawls, the author of Where the Red Fern Grows, to talk to our class about his writing. My advice to anyone who wants to write is the same as Mr. Rawls’- Just keep writing! Find your voice, find your style, and be true to it.
I hope you enjoy my stories, and I hope to keep entertaining you, my friends, for many years to come.
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When I Remember
By Sharon Edwards
Published: November 23, 2012.
He was the love of her life. And he had turned his back on her when she had needed him most. She had tried to hate him — and convinced herself that she did. So then, why was he always hovering there at the edge of her thoughts? Why did his memory haunt the deepest reaches of her heart? How could it still hurt so much after ten long years?
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