Becky Lee Weyrich
Becky Lee Weyrich, a native Georgian, was born on Margaret Mitchell's birthday, in a hospital that later became a library, and she was named for Daphine DuMaurier's REBECCA. So it seems only fitting she would become a writer. But before taking pen in hand , she spent her early career as a professional Navy wife and mother of two. For seventeen years she moved with her aviator husband from base to base, living in such diverse locations as Maine, Maryland, California, Flordia and Naples, Italy. Then returning to Georgia she resided on St. Simons Island for 24 years. She sold her first piece of fiction at the age of ten (to The Altanta Journal Magazine) and continued writing as a regional columnist, feature writer and historical novelist until retiring in 1999 when she became addicted to Golf. In 1991 she received the Romantic Time Lifetime Achievement Award for New Age Fiction. In 1992 she was awarded the Certificate of Excellence in Career Achievement in Historical Fantasy and the Reviewers' Choice Certificate of Excellence for SWEET FOREVER. Her novels, GYPSY MOON and FOREVER, FOR LOVE and WHISPERS IN TIME received Reviewers' Choice Awards. Her books have been translated into ten foreign languages.Read more Read less
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