I’m a lifelong southerner with a penchant for storytelling. I worked for over a dozen years as a creative writer, graphic artist, photographer, PR and marketing guru, grantwriter, social advocate, and agent of change (or some combination therein) with McGraw-Hill, Inc., Nortel Networks, Theatre In The Park, WRAL.com, and the Alliance of AIDS Services – Carolina. My work as a freelance writer and photographer has appeared in Our State Magazine, The Apex Herald, The Cary News, The Raleigh Digest, and a handful of industry publications. Since 20I4, I’ve taught two writing classes with Wake Technical Community College’s Career Development and Personal Enrichment Department. My family relocated to Chatham County in 2016, and in 2017, she started teaching a class on writing for children with the Central Carolina Community College’s Continuing Education Creative Writing Program.
I write contemporary romance and romantic suspense under the name Becky Moore, and I’m pleased to report that despite the most grandiose, exhilarating, strange, and unlikely plot I can come up with, every story has a happy ending. I write children’s literature under the name Dolly Dozier, and my first story, Peggy Noodle, Hula Hoop Queen, is an Amazon bestseller. After a life-altering accident in July 2012, resulting in a TBI and a long recovery, I am happy to once again be writing! I’m still re-calibrating my voice, but the characters and the settings and the plots are finally ready to break free. Bookshelves … here I come!
I live in the wilds of central North Carolina with my husband and our teenage son, along with our beagle, Magnolia May . When I’m not writing or telling stories, I like to spend time outdoors hiking, kayaking, cycling, swimming, gardening, and traveling with my boys.
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