Welcome to my little corner of the blogosphere! I’m looking forward to getting to know you. But before that, perhaps you’d like to get to know me.
~Big sis to six lovely peeps
~TaeKwonDo Black Belt 1st Dan (be very afraid)
~Washingtonian (by the way, Washington is the BEST STATE)
~And last, but certainly not least, a writer.
Things I enjoy:
~Country Music (think Lawson Bates, Randy Travis, Loretta Lynn…and lots more)
~Singing! Harmonizing with my 2 oldest bro’s is just so much fun.
~The color purple in mostly any shade, but lilac is by far my favorite
~Sleeping (someone tell me why sleeping hours seem to shrink with every year of life?!?!?)
~Did I mention chocolate?
The LOOONNNNGGGGG bio:
Ivy Rose is coffee-drinking country girl who stays up way too late wrapped in fuzzy blankets working through stacks of books while nibbling on chocolate. She is one of those bizarre authors who enjoys tormenting her characters and then crying along with them. In addition to writing tear-inducing books, another talent is tripping over objects that don’t exist. Sitting still has never been easy for this adventurer, but when it must happen, trust that she will be kneading away at a handful of Silly Putty. She is slightly addicted to Converse and owns more colors than she needs—but who’s looking? Beware giving this music lover new songs to listen to; she is known to burst into song at random times with random songs, though selections from Home Free and The Sound of Music are the most likely to wreak havoc on nearby ears. When she’s not hard at work studying or typing away at a novel, she can be found fiddling her heart out on her old German violin.
And since I am a published author now and must maintain some sense of professionalism (ha. ha. ha.), here is my official bio:
Ivy Rose is a young novelist with a passion to create beautiful fiction. She’s been accused of wearing out coffee makers and clearing the entire house of its chocolate supply. Armed with a desire to create scenarios readers can easily relate to, she writes in many genres about ordinary individuals faced with extraordinary choices. When not studying for exams, she can be found practicing fiddle, TaeKwonDo, or ATV-ing the Pacific Northwest.
Do we have any common traits? Tell me tell me…I want to know! Please leave a comment or send an email; I won’t know you stopped by unless you do!!!