Beverly’s best subjects in school were science and math, so of course she ended up as a writer of Historical Fiction—wait, what? Her novel, Best Friends Forever: a WWII Scrapbook is enjoying a new surge of discovery by readers seeking to understand the roots of racism in our society.
She has a master’s degree in special education and taught at a school for abused and neglected children. Because of the wide age range in her classroom, Bev realized the one activity her students could all do together was to listen, so she made a point of reading to them every day, and then began writing stories herself.
When not writing, Bev plays and coaches tennis, knits badly and reads obsessively. You can learn more about her and her thoughts on writing here:
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