Born in northern Minnesota, Rhonda now resides in Colorado with her husband and her very spoiled Fox Face Pomeranian, Roscoe.
Her love of writing took flight at the tender age of four when she was caught writing with her crayons on the knotty pine walls of the family home. Throughout her childhood, her love of writing carried her through hundreds of hours in her room discovering the beauty of words, oftentimes floating in a fishing boat on the lake writing poetry. In her teens, she tested her hand at journalism by writing several articles for the city newspaper about school events. Later, she completed a Journalism/Short Story Writing course and was a stringer for a local newspaper. That’s when she knew it was writing fiction that captivated her, and she then wrote two novels by hand that are still tucked away in boxes.
Writing and helping others live their writing dream are both passions of hers, so in addition to her own writing, she now provides coaching and consulting services to those starting out on the indie author path.
She is a member of Northern Colorado Writers, Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers, Sisters in Crime-National, and President of Sisters in Crime-CO Chapter.
Recently retired from the District Attorney’s Office, she can now be found hibernating in a coffee shop or her home office creating characters, settings, and stories, occasionally emerging for coffee and dark chocolate.
She would love for you to connect with her at:
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She would also love to hear from you via email at firstname.lastname@example.org