Dee Ann Palmer's love of language and words began as a small child while listening to her mother practice as a member of the Texas Storytellers Association. Later, the King James language of the Bible and Shakespeare's works increased her fascination. She penned her first stories at the age of eight. Now an award-winning, multi-published author in fiction and non-fiction, her focus in recent years has been on tales of romance, murder and suspense. "Where Eagles Cry" was her first publication as an independent author.
Palmer is a member of the Published Author Network of Romance Writers of America (RWA-PAN) and Sisters in Crime.
She's married to her college sweetheart, and until her death in April 2015, they lived in southern California with Ella, a dark tortoiseshell older cat they adored. "We miss her so much!"
Dee Ann can be reached through her website Contact feature at http://deeannpalmer.com