San Luis Obispo, California, along with 5,000 other women. I’ll be proudly wearing
the pink hat my sister made for me. In 400 locations across the world, a
million or more women will be marching to support the precepts of equity,
diversity and inclusion. I grew up in a period when women writer/activists like
Gloria Steinem, Bella Abzug and others worked hard on these issues, making huge
strides; I want the momentum to continue, using my writing to help our causes.
suspense/mystery best-selling novels I read in the 1960’s. Detectives, cops,
agents, and villains got the word count; women were wives or lovers playing
secondary parts. In fact, research tells us the last time women characters got
the most ink in novels was in the late 1800’s. That’s probably why when I
started writing in 2001, I gave leading status to the heroine, figuring female
readers needed all the examples they could get of how a woman handles her
position on a precipice. My heroes have almost equal footing with the heroine,
but the spotlight is generally on her.
clever villains create havoc for my heroine and hero, spiking the suspense and
the romance. Humor, complex plots, and flawed characters with steep learning
curves are bound to take the reader in new, exciting places. And, yes, women
dominate the word count. On this Women’s March Day, I salute the courageous
women who came before me!
About Fear Land
she do when those mind-screams threaten the man she loves?
fraught with anxiety, avoids adults because their brains rant at her. But the
chance to start a second child study and connect her findings to PTSD, sets her
squarely among devious colleagues at a big California university.
that trauma from combat tours in Afghanistan destroyed his marriage and
hampered his ability to lead. As a teacher of college ROTC and single parent,
he’s focused on enrolling his highly anxious son in Tally’s study and getting
back to active duty.
university, and blowback from her battles with co-workers put Cole and his son
in jeopardy. Watch what happens when people struggling with shades of anxiety
collide with corrupt, revengeful foes.
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About Rolynn Anderson
Principal, Golfer, Boater, World Traveler, Author. With her experiences, Rolynn
Anderson is fairly bursting with stories about extraordinary people and amazing
settings, real and contrived. Now add her competitive nature and her love of ‘the
makeover.’ As a principal, she and the staff she hired opened a cutting-edge
high school; as co-captain with her husband on Intrepid, she cruises from Washington State to Alaska and back. As
a writer, she delights in creating imperfect characters faced with
extraordinary, transforming challenges. Her hope: You’ll devour her ‘makeover’
suspense novels in the wee hours of the morning, because her stories, settings
and characters, capture your imagination and your heart.
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