Unlike many authors who were destined to write from a young age, Carol Ritten Smith didn't start writing until her late thirties, just to see if she could do it. What began as a lark, soon became an obsession.
Carol was born and raised in Central Alberta, Canada. She lives with her husband of forty years on a buffalo farm. They have a son and a daughter. Grandchildren now play a major role in Carol's life. When she isn't at her computer writing, she is playing with grandchildren, creating at her potter's wheel or sculpting with polymer clay.
Her current work in progress is about a woman, disguised as a man, who joins a logging crew as the cook's helper. What happens when the crew of some twenty-odd men find out there's a woman among them?