Bonnie lives with her husband Frank Miller in Mason, Ohio, and is a retired English professor and former Director of the Writing Lab at the Blue Ash branch of University of Cincinnati. A lifelong interest in genealogy research led her to discovering fascinating tales of her ancestors, especially women.
At retirement, she decided to pursue an historical novel about one of her ancestors, a German immigrant wife, involved in a tragic event rarely described, the massacre at Fort Seybert in West Virginia, occurring before the Revolutionary War. Bonnie’s hobby and research provides her with numerous subjects for future historical novels.
You can email Bonnie: email@example.com
So proud of you Bonnie. Can’t wait for my e-book to enjoy your interest and work.
Bonnie, I am Linda Lucetta Mallow Kump, a descendant of Michael Mallow from Upper Tract, Pendleton Co WV. A cousin sent me a copy of the article about you and the book from the Pendleton times. I am very interested in the family genealogy as I have done a little my self. Looking forward to reading your novel.