Heidi lives in upstate NY in historic Johnstown. She attended college at St. Rose in Albany, knowing all along her two loves were teaching and English. It took four years before she landed the teaching job of her dreams, but twenty years later she is still nurturing little ones in pre-K. She loves the privilege of watching brand-new little humans as they discover and begin to shape their own worlds.
Knowing what she wants and going after it in relentless pursuit is Heidi’s gift. Deciding to become an author can be downright unnerving, but Heidi bit into the challenge, took off, and never looked back. Her perseverance proves success is not a matter of luck; it’s a matter of finding what speaks to your heart, and committing to do that thing until it makes a difference.
When she isn’t busy teaching or with her husband, Jim, her son, Patrick, and her canine kids Chuck and Dale, she’s cooking up her next novel. She dabbles in sweet romances, historical fiction, and suspense thrillers, depending on what pleases her reader’s eye at any given moment. Heidi is always in search of the extraordinary in the ordinary, writing about strong men with old-fashioned values and the women who pick them up when they fall. She’ll tell anyone it's never too late to chase after your dreams, no dream is too small or insignificant, and any mountain can be moved with a proposal and a good plan.
In 2017, SRP will publish Liberty's Promise, sequel to Heidi's beautiful Whispers of Liberty...
Time is no barrier to love.
Charlotte Ross, by her own admission, is a history geek. It was only to be expected as both of her parents are closely tied to preserving the colonial heritage of Johnstown, New York. What was not expected was Charlotte tripping over her own feet and falling into the middle of the American Revolution. Being a modern girl fitting into the 18th century was hard enough...then she met Benjamin.
- Sneak Peek at Whispers of Liberty
You can find Whispers of Liberty here, and be ready for Liberty's Promise - the story of Charlotte's son.