When she was seven, Gayle used crayons to write her first story on paper towels with illustrations.
Thanks to a borrowed typewriter, she typed her first novel when she was fourteen. Even though it wasn’t written in crayon, the publisher must have had a good laugh. At least they were kind enough to return it.
Besides writing, horses have been a constant in her life, beginning with her first pony—a gift from her grandfather when she was eight. She’s been a trail rider, barrel racer, and dressage queen wannabe who still has horses and rides. Gayle’s years investigating claims and her various horse-related pursuits account for much of her inspiration.
On retiring, she completed her first full-length mystery/thriller. She is currently working on her twelfth novel.
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