Annie Wharton


From Annie's publisher:

Bit of a recluse these days, but from the bits we can piece together ...

She was born in rural Canada in 1950. After a seemingly uneventful childhood, she became a trainee teacher until a combination of music and the great outdoors lured her into a new career. She became a choreographer for a log rolling formation team, eventually moving to the United States, where her prowess earned her legendary status. She briefly teamed up with the prodigy lumberjack 'Dangerous' Daniel Leigh, earning her the nickname Annie Oak-Leigh.

Following a near-drowning while demonstrating a new move originated by Daniel, she gave up the sport overnight and returned to teaching. Annie moved to England in 1960, settled in rural Gloucestershire, and took up writing in her spare time.

Or something like that ...

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