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orn on November 30, 1949, in Zurich, Switzerland; where she lives with her husband Alan Bruce Thompson. After commercial education and more than forty years of working as assistant in various branches, she began to write short stories in English, which she publishes regularly online on the site http://www.storystar.com. Te Cuban author Manuel Olivera Gómez regularly translates her short stories into Spanish. A first selection of her stories in Spanish appeared in December 2016 with the title ?A medianoche en Adra? (Editorial Circulo Rojo, available on http://www.amazon.com, also Kindle version, and as ebook on http://www.agapea.com). This collection in English with the title ?At midnight in Adra? is in preparation. In October 2015 appeared her first novel ?Nieves perpetuas en Almería? (Editorial Circulo Rojo, available on http://www.amazon.com, also Kindle version). She wrote the first version in Spanish, which was revised in collaboration with the Cuban author Manuel Olivera Gómez. ?Snowfields in Almeria?, the English version of that work, appeared in April 2017 (Editorial Circulo Rojo, available on http://www.amazon.com, also version Kindle); Alan Bruce Tompson revised her own translation into English. ?Sophie in the valley wind? is her first children?s book (Editorial Circulo Rojo, available on http://www.amazon.com, also version Kindle). She wrote it in English, her text was revised by Alan Bruce Thompson. She is a passionate traveller, dedicated to culture and art of the world. In addition, she likes music, and daydreaming. With her husband she lives several months per year in a picturesque hamlet on the South Coast of Andalusia, Spain, where both work on their respective projects.