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Young of heart. Full of spunk. A new author, wanting to share her love and fascination of life to others.

Background Information


I have been incredibly sensitive to external influences my entire life.
I remember one time when my family was discussing a recently deceased fellow, and my mother mentioned that he had died by swallowing his tongue. For the next several days, I held my tongue tightly between my teeth at all times.
I can also recall standing on the front porch one night watching a storm pass when I was a young girl. As we were watching, my mother made a remark about the blinding effects of lightning, and I immediately closed my eyes and felt my way back into the house to avoid losing my sight.
I wrote and produced my first play on the porch steps of that little house in Jimtown. I was in first grade.  In all honesty, there was no script – I made it up as I went. But boy, was there a set! I used a cardboard box with the front cut out as the stage, clothespins as actors, and used a string pulled through a slit across the top of the box to allow the players to enter and exit the stage.
With the assistance of my little brother, I wrote several productions in that little house. As we grew older, we upgraded the stage by running a sheet across the living room. During intermission, we passed out candy bars which I had purchased with the money that I was supposed to use for my piano lessons. Thankfully, my mother never found out.
I married young and produced my first real show a few months before turning eighteen. By the time I was thirty-two, there were five more productions. At the end of my amateur theatre career, I had turned out three actresses and three actors.
Once I reached my 40s, I set out to become a registered nurse, and finished my nursing degree in 1978.  After thirty-three years, I have retired from my nursing career, and finally have time to fulfill my passion: Writing.
Birth Place
Misahaka, IN USA

IVTC of South Bend LPN License 1971
SWMC of Dowagiac Michigan RN License 1978
St Francis College BS 1990
Universal Class, Inc. Journaling and Memoir Writing. Certificate of Outstanding Achievement

Additional Information

I have one novel, My Grandmother's Secret, in print, ready to market. Don't Do It!, my second writing, is currently being prepared for print. It is a great read for anyone comtemplating marriage, or even those who are already married. I call it a Marriage Tool Kit!

Contact Information
6433 Armstrong Dr. 
South Bend IN 46614  
Contact Author: Iris D Whitney

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