I was born in Denmark and became the youngest member of the Danish Resistance. When I was an infant, papers were placed in my pram and concealed by a blanket with me on top. The papers were documents to help Jews reach a safe haven in Sweden. Whenever a German soldier looked into the pram, I cried loudly and he backed away. Mother loaned me out to friends for the same purpose. I worked from dawn to curfew.
Shortly after World War II, my family immigrated to the United States. I was raised in Utah. When my four children were all in school, I attended the University of Utah. I graduated Magna Cum Laude in 1986 with a degree in Accounting. That same year I became a Certified Public Accountant. For the State of Utah I managed a group that audited mineral royalties under a cooperative agreement with the Department of Interior's Minerals Management Service. Most of those royalties were derived from oil and gas. As an audit manager, I wrote numerous reports, manuals, and technical documents, but longed to escape the constraints of business writing. In 2010 my husband and I moved to Las Vegas along with our dog, Bran. Now I'm pursuing my passion and letting my imagination fly by writing fiction.
To date I have written five novels and several short stories. My novel, The Tegen Cave, has been published by Silver Tongue Press, and one short story has been published by Mithra Publishing. The other manuscripts are in various editing phases.