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 Writerâ€™s (CTRWA) of America writers. Without my
CTRWA group, I wouldnâ€™t even be here. They are amazing. One of our writers won
the Rita Award this year. We have quite a chapter in Connecticut.
Do you have a favorite pastime, passion, or other that you love to do? In the
blog, replace the word writing or painting with your passion word. Follow your
heart. Please stop by and say hi. I have a couple of questions for you and an invitation to my
show on Sunday, August 9.
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taught history, and her weekly blog frequently covers historical content.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, Ingisâ€™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 mastersâ€™ 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 schedule.
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 CTRWAâ€”Connecticut Chapter of Romance Writerâ€™s of
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My main passion at the moment is knitting and crocheting. I would love to come to your show, but I am busy with my own group of Women, who I volunteer to teach a class to. As you can imagine, this keeps me on my toes. We're just finishing up with an afghan, which is done in pieces. Each Woman is working on their own afghan. It's been quite an experience, to say the least!!
(Peggy Roberson 10:32am August 7, 2015)