Once called the 'Reba McEntire of women's fiction' because her books are much like country songs, Curtiss Ann confesses that her stories come from her own experiences and are stories of ordinary women "living and loving and learning." Warm and funny and told with a flowing Southern voice, the books are set in small towns and filled with colorful characters and keen observations about human nature.
Curtiss Ann has received two nominations for the Romance Writers of America Rita, two Reader's Choiceawards, and the Oklahoma Writer of the Year award. She now lives with her husband on an acreage in south Alabama. In addition to The Loves of Ruby Dee, Love in a Small Town, and If Wishes Were Horses (available as ebooks), Curtiss Ann's recent novels include the popular Valentine Series of novels. The most recent of these is Little Town, Great Big Life.
Visit Curtiss Ann's website, www.curtissannmatlock.com, to find out more about her and her books.