Carol Ann Didier belongs to the romance Writers of America and has been writing for ten years. She has serve as both secretary and vice president of her local chapter of RWA.
Apache Warrior was her debut novel in April 2008, published for Kensington's Zebra line. Navajo Night will be out in September 2009 and promises to be another romance filled with carefully researched historical facts and the culture and beliefs of the Navajo Indians.
Carol Ann has bee publishes in Charisma and Literary Lift-Off magazines. She also writes inspirational vignettes, verses for greeting cards, and stories for her grandchildren. she makes her home on the east coast of Florida.
Can a Navajo Holy Man with a crippled heart heal a white woman with a crippled foot?
Notah Begay loses his young wife while performing a healing sing for her, for a stomach ailment he cannot name. He is forever haunted by his failure and has sworn never to love that deeply again. At least, not until he meets the gentle JoAnna, and his vow flies away on her lilting laughter and sweet smile.
JoAnna is captivated by the Holy Man's devotion to his twins and his tribe. She feels someone as perfect as he will never look at someone as imperfect as she.
Carol Ann Didier will have a book signing for her book at Barnes and Noble on 192, September 11, 2009 at 7:00 p.m.
She also will speak at the Franklin DeGroot Library on November 15th at 2:00 p.m. on researching her novels and characters.
For more information, visit her website at http://www.carolanndidier.com/