More About the Author
Novelist, poet and mother, VICTORIA MORROW was born in Grand Island, Nebraska on October 3, 1957, and is the third daughter in a family of seven girls. A member of the National Dean's List, she is currently attending the University of Nebraska at Kearney, where she is Senior, completing her BS in Psychology with a Special Education Minor,and a BA in Education with a Social Science-History Field Endorsement and a Psychology Subject Endorsement. She is a member of Romance Writers of America, Romantic Times,The Nebraska Writers Guild, has worked for the Omaha-World Herald and the Santa Ana Register, and is a member of St James Parish and Prince of Peace. Her novels Jenny's Dream, Angel in My Arms, and Beneath a Pale Moon were published by Pocket Books, a division of Simon and Schuster. A farmer and rancher for over twenty-five years, she loves rural life, the people, and enjoys nature, music, poetry, history, dancing, yoga, helping others, and medicine. She is very proud to be associated with Dorchester Publishing, who have published her new novel, The Eagle and the Dove, and will publish her forthcoming book, The Eagle and the Rose, as well as reprinting her three previous novels. She is a mother with one son, Dan Morrow, a daughter-in-law, Heather Morrow, a granddaughter, Drew Morrow, and a grandson, Jacob. She is a supporter of MADD and the DARE programs, which she has participated in. In addition, she believes in the ethical treatment of animals, the Humane Society and environmental issues,sustainable agriculture and organizations such as the Sierra Club. Ms. Morrow supports law enforcement,the NRA, Families First and is Pro-life.