Wilma was born in a rural area of Western Alberta. One of her earliest memories was of sitting on the porch of the old farmhouse scribbling on lined paper with a stubby lead pencil. When her mother asked what she was doing, her proud answer was, “Writing letters to the cats.”
After that, school and life got in the way. Wilma spent most of her adult years going to school, working, and taking care of her family. She taught high school English and was too busy correcting the writing of other people to do any of her own. At the same time, she did the usual mommy things—carted off kids to figure skating, minor hockey, music lessons, scouts—you get the picture. Most of us have gone there.
In fact, Wilma didn’t get back to serious writing until said kids left home. Then she took early retirement and began to write romances.
Wilma has lived in Minnesota, Colorado, Alberta, Northern Manitoba, and Nova Scotia. She has traveled extensively in Australia, New Zealand, and Scotland. At the moment, she lives with her husband Jim in a renovated lake cottage (Nova Scotia) in the summer, and in a mobile-home park (Florida) in the winter.
Wilma is a member of TARA and of RWA. She’s had three books published, all by Avalon: Weekend Romance, June, 1999; Love Song, December, 1999; and The Love Game, June, 2001.
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