Rosemary Goodwin was born in the lovely country town, Bury St. Edmunds in Suffolk County, England. After moving to the U.S. with her military husband, Rosemary lived in Maine, New Hampshire, New Jersey, and now Pennsylvania. She was a late bloomer, attending evening classes at university and graduating law school in her late 40s. While practicing law, she also designed and made cloth dolls sold in retail shops, and today continues as a decoupage artist. She's written award-winning environmental research papers on such topics as whales and uranium mining but, now that she's retired, writes non-fiction, romantic suspense, and contemporary/historical fiction.
Rosemary also writes short stories. See the anthologies below e.g. Chicken Soup for the soul.