Pseudonym: Emma Craig.
Pseudonym: Jon Sharpe.
Pseudonym: Anne Robins.
In an effort to avoid what she knew she should be doing with her life (writing -- it sounded so hard), for several years Alice expressed her creative side by dancing and singing. She belonged to two professional international folk-dance groups, one specializing in Balkan dancing, and the other in dances from Romania and the Middle East. Dancing made for a lousy living, but it was certainly fun, and it gave her a broad view of the world. Heck, she knew where Bosnia was in 1980. She also sang in a Balkan women's choir. Since she moved to New Mexico, where there's a distinct paucity of Balkan women's choirs, she's been singing tenor in the Trinity Methodist Choir. She now has the distinct pleasure of belonging to, possibly, the worst choir in the state of New Mexico.
In September of 1996, Alice and her herd of wild dachshunds moved from Pasadena, CA, to Roswell, NM, where her mother's family settled fifty years before the aliens crashed. The move allowed her to write full time. She started writing full-length novels in October of 1992, and sold her first book, ONE BRIGHT MORNING, to HarperMonogram in January of 1994. She now writes romances as Alice Duncan, Emma Craig, and Rachel Wilson, and has written two westerns for Signet as Jon Sharpe.
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