Gay Ingram writes from her cabin in the piney woods of East Texas. For over thirty years she has been entertaining and informing readers either through her novels or by way of articles for national publications. Her articles on writing have appeared in Writers’ Journal, Fellowscript, and other publications and in 2010, she self-published Some Write Thoughts, a compilation of advice for writers gained through her experiences.
Her first novel,’Til Death Do Us Part released in 2000 and she has since published an additional dozen novels. Her most-recent release is George Washington, From Boy Surveyor To Soldier, the first in a series of biographies for Young Readers.
Like a voice crying in the wilderness, Gay Ingram shares her hard-earned knowledge about living with a depressed spouse. In an effort to assist others who find themselves in a similar situation, she brings words of hope and concrete recommendations to all involved.