I grew up the youngest out of eight children and struggled to get my voice heard in such a loud and boisterous family, so I turned to writing when I was just a kid. I have been writing (somewhat silently) and stockpiling my ramblings for over thirty years. I have been published several times since high school, including various newspapers and literary magazines.
Some of my other hobbies are painting and drawing, creating art as often as possible, investigating the paranormal side of life, and finding humor where it probably shouldn’t be found!
Lea Anne is a full-time freelance writer living in Plainfield, IL. She is an award-winning humorist who likes to make trouble on the Internet and, in her spare time, she crochets.
She attended Augustana College and has degrees in both English and Art History.
I have an auto immune disease called Ankylosing Spondolitis. Before you ask, yes it's painful. I also have Bi-Polar Disorder. I am a blast at parties, as long as there's a comfy chair.
I learned a long time ago that everyone has something wrong with them, mine is just more obvious. Because I'm saddled with these gifts that keep on giving, I see nothing better than to laugh at it all. I also learned that so many people couldn't grasp the good, bad, and outright absurd of my life; so I wrote. I never expected it to see the light of day, but here we are. When life hands you lemons, screw the lemonade, make a lemon meringue pie. We've only got this one shot, let’s make it fabulous!
I began writing when I was just a kid and never stopped (more than 30 years now). It's in my blood; it's not something I want to do, it's something I have to do.
Professionally, I am a writer/editor and have been published in multiple books, magazines, and literary journals. I graduated from Augustana College with a Bachelor's of Arts in English Literature and from National University with a Master's of Arts in Writing.