writer, traveler, dreamer
Fascinated by history from the time she heard about Laura Ingalls at the age of eight, Ida Flowers began writing novels at the age of eleven. She wrote dozens of stories over the years, in spiral notebooks and on the backs of discarded printed copy paper and on a word processor. She got distracted by motherhood and working for a living and hurricane survival.
Now an empty-nester, Ida spends as much time as possible traveling and researching while waiting for inspiration to tap her on the shoulder.