Flaherty, Liz 1950-
FLAHERTY, Liz 1950-
Born August 2, 1950, in Rochester, IN; daughter of Chester (a farmer) and Evelyn (a homemaker; maiden name, Neterer) Shafer; married Duane Flaherty (a production supervisor), May 29, 1971; children: Chris, Kari Flaherty Wilson, Jocko. Ethnicity: "Caucasian." Politics: Independent. Religion: Methodist.
Agent—Jill Grosjean, Grosjean Literary Agency, 1390 Millstone Rd., Sag Harbor, NY 11963.
Romance Writers of America, PAN, PASIC.
Always Annie (romance fiction), Kensington Books (New York, NY), 1999.
Because of Joe (fiction), NovelBooks (Douglas, MA), 2003.
Former author of "Window over the Sink," a local newspaper column. Contributor to periodicals.
WORK IN PROGRESS:
In the Presence of Grace and The Girls of Tonsil Lake, novels; Where Once There Were Wolves, a historical romance; River Walk, a contemporary romance.
Liz Flaherty told CA: "I write, like so many of my peers, because I can't NOT write. My work is led by life in general and slice-of-that-life events specifically. It changes and matures as I do."