Roth, Ann 1950-
ROTH, Ann 1950-
Born January 28, 1950; married. Education: University of Washington, Seattle, B.S., M.B.A.
Office—P.O. Box 25003, Seattle, WA 98125-1903. Agent—Pamela A. Hopkins, Hopkins Literary Associates, 2117 Buffalo Rd., Suite 327, Rochester, NY 14624. E-mail—[email protected]
Golden Heart Award, best long contemporary novel, 1999, for Stranger in a Small Town.
Stranger in a Small Town (romance novel), Silhouette Books (Buffalo, NY), 2000.
Reforming Cole (romance novel), Harlequin Enterprises (Buffalo, NY), 2003.
Roth's books have been published in Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, France, and Austria.
WORK IN PROGRESS:
A romance novel.
Ann Roth told CA: "I live in the greater Seattle area with my husband and a really irritating cat who expects her breakfast no later than six a.m., seven days a week.
"My advice to aspiring writers is: never give up! Keep on learning and expanding your craft. Writing is a craft. Developing that craft takes patience and open-mindedness. Nurture your dream. Be willing to listen and learn. Take chances and make mistakes. But no matter what, don't give up."