My Story —

Born curious, I’ve taken many roads, and experienced different ventures in my life. When I was nine years old, my dear uncle bought me a typewriter for my birthday so that I could write about all the questions I had. He was also a photographer and taught me about cameras and the world of photography which opened a wonderful new vista to me.

The first thing I wrote, on my new typewriter, was a play for school that was published in the school's monthly magazine. I was so proud, and I've never stopped writing since.

Over the years, I've worked in publishing as an editor and writer. I did a syndicated column on WINR — ‘Women in New Roles’. In the early eighties, I acquired one of the first personal computers. It was my knowledge of the early PC that helped me land in the field of finance where I settled.

Later, I moved to Florida and went into real estate. My knowledge of finance, writing and photography enhanced every part of my new career.

Writing and photography continue to be an anchor in my life. Recently, I did a column for a newspaper on photography. I still do research and write pieces for various editors, as well as pursue my desire to write books on subjects that intrique me.

Curiosity is still at the core of my being and Irony piqued it. I decided it was time to write a book on the subject, and I did.

The Irony Effect is my first book and it gave me immense satisfaction to complete it. I hope you enjoy reading it, as much as I enjoyed writing it. —