Nancy Singletary – A Seasoned Writer
Nancy Singletary is the author of the industrial article “What’s the Value of Earned Value” and the editor of Singletary, Herrin: Arthur’s Book. Her extensive experience in project management allowed her to work in several government agencies and business entities on a variety of programs. After retirement, she and her husband moved to Florida, where she has taught in public school and continues to tutor students at her small-town bookstore. In writing this book, she explores her deep interest in history and the analysis of the human condition.
Nancy Singletary, a seasoned writer who only recently began creating novels:
My passion is in the value of life– for example the survival of Christians who are being slaughtered in the Middle East, the deception presented by the abortion industry in America, and histories of individual freedom. I want to write a future novel about the Education System in America, how the Progressive Movement has infiltrated and produced the biased curriculum being forced upon children and their parents.
There are wonderful authors today that inspire me—Richard Paul Evans is one of my favorites. I like that he doesn’t dumb down his writing for the masses. I respect the authors of the past, especially the ones who didn’t have the benefit of computers. I am from the era of editing my work, pad and pencil in hand. I am most influenced by my predecessors, more than current authors. I love Agatha Christie, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Herman Melville, Charles Dickens, Jane Austen, Lucy Maud Montgomery, and other writers of the classics. I love the long, intricate, delicious sentences that wrap words around complex thoughts and emotions.