Barbara Sorensen Fallick


Barbara grew up in the rural towns of Emery and Manti, Utah and currently lives in a mining ghost town in a cabin built by her husband. She has also lived in Arizona, Idaho, Illinois, Maryland, Virginia, and Washington as well as France, The Dominican Republic, and Chile. She enjoys reading, watching birds and deer, family history, and her many grandchildren.

Smashwords Interview

What are you working on next?
Annabelle's Pack Here is a brief summation of the story: Clate Randall does not recognize Maxine Anderson as the one night stand from years before. Uncharacteristically, he had become so drunk that he had lost the memory of much of that night. Maxine has reluctantly come to his door because the child, Annabelle, that they conceived that night has leukemia and needs an umbilical chord blood transfer from a sibling. Maxine wants Clate to be a sperm donor for a second child, but Clate refuses. He insists that they marry and create a home for both children. Clate is totally unaware of Maxine's issues with fatherhood.
When you're not writing, how do you spend your time?
I have the normal living tasks of cooking, cleaning, yard work. I also have bird feeders and a bird bath which the deer also visit. I have to refill the bird bath twice a day because of this. I also spend a considerable amount of time doing family history in its various forms. I also spend time connecting with my children and grandchildren.
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