Grace R. Greene writes women's fiction with strong heroines always at its heart, and with romance and suspense threaded throughout. Vivid settings and quirky secondary characters round out the stories and there's a happily-ever-after-ending-most of the time.
Grace is also an artist and photographer who loves houses and landscapes that ooze character. Eclectic is probably a good word to describe her. When she's writing, all of these interests, past and present, show up on the page. But some things don't change. In high school Grace wrote a story for the school publication and was told you weren't allowed to kill the narrator. She has never accepted that, and in fact, still has trouble following THE RULES.
Rules or not, she's been honored with a number of writing awards over the past year as a finalist in The Golden Pen, Linda Howard's Award of Excellence, Fool For Love, and other contests.
A Virginia native, Grace lives in central Virginia with her husband of many years who also happens to be her biggest fan and supporter.