Ronder Scott was born in Northern Louisiana where she enjoyed reading books. In Minden, the town she calls home, reading became her passion. She started exploring other avenues where her voice could be heard. Over the years she has penned a number of screenplays, which she is fond of turning into novels for her readers’ enjoyment. That is why when you read her work, it is visual with descriptive annotations that are sure to take you on a literary ride.
Weaving characters into authentic, realistic writing is her craft. Her conceptual writing comes from the atrocities of humankind, though she is very brave in choosing which topics to bring to light.
Other than writing, she is a recluse - bound to reading old manuscripts or meditating, bringing forth new ideas for writing. She is currently married and living in Houston, Texas where she is pursuing a Master’s degree from Texas Southern University. She maintains her stance that writing new material comes from being inspired by the things around us.
A young girl inherits the dark side of fame. In Blake’s Rope nothing is what it seems.
Robin Evans, a struggling songstress seeks help in sorting out her damaged past. Unorthodox sessions with Dr. Frank Dabachi, leads her through dangerously, unmarked territory as she realizes her backyard may be a burial site. The mayhem erupts when more and more layers of the mystery unfolds.