Eames, Anne 1945–

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Eames, Anne 1945–

PERSONAL: Born March 4, 1945, in Pontiac, MI; daughter of Walter and Geraldine (Kitson) Hofmann; married William R. Eames (an engineer), June 30, 1989; children: Timothy, Thomas Garthe. Ethnicity: "Caucasian." Education: Attended Northwestern Michigan College. Politics: Republican. Religion: Christian. Hobbies and other interests: "Travel (especially mission trips to Africa)."

ADDRESSES: Agent—c/o Author Mail, Silhouette Books, Harlequin Enterprises, P.O. Box 5190, Buffalo, NY 14240-5190.

CAREER: Peanut Gallery (children's store), Traverse City, MI, owner, c. late 1960s; Old Town Playhouse, Traverse City, business manager, c. 1970s; Associated Builders and Contractors, Madison Heights, MI, executive director, c. 1980s; full-time writer, 1990–. Leader of Christian Bible study group; leader or member of short-term missions to Africa, 2000–.

MEMBER: Romance Writers of America (Greater Detroit chapter), Novelists Inc., Birmingham Writer's Club.



Two Weddings and a Bride, Silhouette Books (Buffalo, NY), 1996.

Christmas Elopement, Harlequin Enterprises (Buffalo, NY), 1996.

Best Little Joeville, Silhouette Books (Buffalo, NY), 1997.

Marriage Made in Joeville, Silhouette Books (Buffalo, NY), 1997.

Last of the Joeville Lovers, Harlequin Enterprises (Buffalo, NY), 1998.

Author of novels The Montana Malones, The Pregnant Virgin, and You're What?!

Author's works have been translated into Spanish, Greek, Japanese, and Korean.

WORK IN PROGRESS: A suspense novel; inspirational mainstream novels, including one set in Kenya.

SIDELIGHTS: Anne Eames told CA: "Adoption issues often occurred in my early works since I was adopted and later found my birth family. More recently, Africa finds itself on my pages. I have worked with missionaries in South Africa and Kenya four times in the new millennium, which also explains why spiritual matters have crept into my work."