Courtney Pierce lives in Oregon with her husband and bossy cat. She dove into the writing life after a twenty-year career as an executive in the Broadway entertainment industry. She became transformed by the magic of fiction from a theater seat, studying what made audiences laugh, cry, or walk out the door. Her novels are filled with humor, poignant themes, and a touch of mystery. She writes for baby boomers, and there's always a pet to steal the show.
Courtney's first trilogy, STITCHES, BRUSHES, and RIFFS, is a wild romp about a boomer couple who finds a magical artifact at an estate sale. The series is filled with fun magical realism and explores the themes of immortality and reaching one's potential.
Her new series, THE DUSHANE SISTERS TRILOGY, starts with THE EXECUTRIX, a humorous and poignant tale of three middle-age sisters who discover a manuscript for a murder mystery in their mother's safe after her death. Their lives will be forever changed. The second book of the trilogy, INDIGO LAKE, becomes available in March, 2016.
Courtney has also published two short stories: 1313 HUIDEKOPER PLACE, for the 2013 NIWA Short Story Anthology Thirteen Tales of Speculative Fiction, and THE NEST, for the Windtree Press anthology The Gift of Christmas. She is a regular contributor to the blog ROMANCING THE GENRES.
Courtney's books are published through Windtree Press. More information can be found at windtreepress.com
Follow Courtney on her website: courtney-pierce.com.