Violet Snow has written about family history for the New York Times “Disunion” blog, Civil War Times, American Ancestors, Woodstock Times, Jewish Currents, and PurpleClover.com. Her mystery novels star a New Jersey real estate agent and a raft of discontented ancestors seeking to connect with their descendants. Works in progress include Chaos and Old Night: Bringing in the Ancestors, an account of her quest to forge a relationship with her Civil War ancestor, and May and August: A Book of Letters, Some of Them Real, a creative biography of her great-grandmother, drawing on letters, genealogical records, and a travel diary of Wales from 1892.
Violet currently lives in upstate New York and writes for Woodstock Times, Energy Times, and other periodicals. She holds a black belt in the Japanese martial art of aikido.
She is a member of the Glaring Omissions Writers Group, a long-running critique group that hosts readings in Woodstock, NY. See https://www.facebook.com/GlaringOmissions
Violet may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Websites: http://violetsnowwriter.com for history and mystery (fiction and creative nonfiction)
http://violetsnow.webs.com for journalism clips, samples of Violet’s photography and videos, and info on her family band, Foamola.