Alice Greenhowe Wootson is a retired teacher and award-winning author of thirteen novels. She is also a prize-winning poet. She’s a member of The Philadelphia Writers Conference, Mad Poets Society, Romance Writers of America and The Authors Guild.
After reading many novels for years, Alice decided to try her hand at writing one. The result was her first novel, a romance. Why write romance novels? Because she likes happy endings. Snowbound with Love was that novel. It received many positive reviews. She still receives positive comments about it from readers.
Her last three novels are romantic suspense. Two of them, Border Love and Border Danger are inspirational romantic suspense novels featuring Border Patrol Agents stationed in Brownsville, Texas on the Texas/Mexican Border.
She is happy to meet with book clubs and readers and groups of writers.
Alice teaches writing workshops on various aspects of the writing process and has presented workshops for The Greater Philadelphia Christian Writers Conference, The Philadelphia Writers Conference, chapters of Romance Writers of America, The Learning Tree, Abington YMCA, a Wildwood, NJ writing conference and library branches in the Philadelphia and Pittsburgh areas.
Alice is a member of several ministries at her church: Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church in Philadelphia.
She uses any spare time she can find reading, traveling and spending time with her husband, her sons and grandchildren. She is always working on her latest novel.
Alice Wootson is the sister of author Marilyn Tyner.
Learn more at Alice Wootson’s official website