This is the “about” section, so if you are suffering from an acute bout of insomnia, or are just bored out of your skull, then this is the ideal place for you.

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My name is Veronica Leigh, and no, I am not related to Vivien Leigh, Harper Lee or Tosca Lee. Though, I wish I were.

I was born and bred in Indiana and though I have seen a bit of the world, Indiana is my home. My parents were baby-boomers; my grandparents were part of the Greatest Generation so my sister and I were weaned on stories of yester year. I know more about the 1940’s than I do about my own era. Ours was a Christian household; Bible read daily, church every Sunday and without pressure from our parents, my sister and I came to know Christ personally. While we were believers, we always encouraged to think for ourselves and ask questions. My parents insisted that there was no such thing as a dumb question and if we wanted to know something, to research it on our own.

To make life interesting – and because we love them, of course- we have four furbabies: two smelly Basset Hounds, a chubby Shih-Tzu, and a psychotic tabby cat who thinks it’s a dog.

I have published a number of short stories and I am determined to publish a novel one of these days. I won’t settle for anything less. I love period dramas, English literature, and Judy Garland. I am a recovering agoraphobic who still struggles with anxiety and depression, but in the last few years I’ve made some great strides. This blog will be a juxtapose of things, but it will primarily focus on my writing endeavors.

So that’s my life. It is never dull. Thanks for visiting.

If you’d like to check out my old blog, click here.


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