Writers are keen observers of human nature. They have to be to create characters that resonate with readers! But sometimes that ingenuity spills over into their personal lives and authors can't resist tinkering with their own storyline.
Joanna Waugh is constantly reinventing herself. She's been a wife, mother, electric meter installer, lay nurse, and a widow. Yet, through it all, one role has remained constant--that of writer.
Goethe once said: "In every man's writings, the character of the writer must lie recorded." Nowhere is that more true than in Joanna's books. Her heroines are strong independent women, but it's Joanna's love of history and the written word that shines the brightest from every story she pens. And because the journey through real life is a bumpy one, she writes romance.