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Sandy Layne has been reading as long as she can remember. Her interests include books, singing, and working with young people. A respected writer online, she is comfortable in various genres. Thanks to her husband and son, she takes frequent flights of fancy.
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Award winning author of short Celtic fiction, Sandi Layne is the creator of the Éire's Viking Trilogy, as well as works of contemporary Christian romance.

She began by self-publishing her novels in 2000, garnering a loyal group of readers whom she continues to appreciate to this day.

Married for more than twenty years to a very tolerant (and brilliant!) man, she has two sons, no pets, and a plethora of imaginary friends. Her interests range from ancient civilizations to science fiction for both reading and research. With degrees in English and Ministry, she also claims Theology's crimson Masters collar which she has been known to don on rare occasions.

If you drive by her window before dawn, it is likely she'll have a light on for you. Or at the very least, she'll be alert on twitter. She invites you to visit her online space at http://sandyquill.com

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