I love doing my blog. I have invited some of my fellow historic SMP writers for
interviews. The response to my invite was encouraging. I also invite my Connecticut
Chapter of Romance Writer’s (CTRWA) of America writers. Without my CTRWA group, I
wouldn’t even be here. They are amazing. One of our writers won the Rita Award this
year. We have quite a chapter in Connecticut.
Today, Bonnie S. Johnston, a Soul Mate Published author of THE DARK SIDE OF
THE MOUNTAIN, is my guest to share her amazing story with you. Bonnie has
researched her family history, and discovered the complications and dangers of
crossing America in the 18th century. There were witches, Indians and bad boy narcissistics.
Gail Ingis writes historical romance, loves history and romance of course, has
taught history, and her weekly blog frequently covers historical content. A native
of Brooklyn, New York, Ingis’s early days began and ended with writing, drawing and
music. Her inspiration to write came from books gifted to her by an aunt. But life
had other ideas.
After graduating from the New York School of Interior Design with a BFA in Interior
Architecture and Design and masters’ studies in Architecture and Design Criticism
at The New School (Parsons). Her career in interior design and architecture led her
to the other arts. Ingis founded the Interior Design Institute, a school of
interior design, that she eventually sold, but during her tenure, she was twice
asked by publishers to write a textbook, her efforts were thwarted by a heavy
Ingis resides in Connecticut with her scientist-writer husband. She and her husband
travel and enjoy tennis. Currently, she sits on the Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum
Board of Trustees and serves as Curator of Art for exhibitions at the museum.
She is a member of the CTRWA—Connecticut Chapter of Romance Writer’s of America.
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