Alice Greenhowe Wootson grew up in Rankin, Pennsylvania, a suburb of Pittsburgh. She earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education from Cheyney University, a Masters’ Degree in Education, Principal Certification and Reading Specialist Certification. She retired from the School District of Philadelphia. Alice Wootson is the award-winning author of twelve novels. She is also a poet and many of her poems have won awards and recognition. She wrote her first poem as an assignment when she was in fifth grade. As an adult she discovered romance novels and after reading many of them she decided to write one. She writes romance novels because she likes happy endings. She is a member of The Philadelphia Writers Conference, the Mad Poets Society, Romance Writers of America and Authors Guild. Alice has presented writing workshops for several chapters of Romance Writers of America, the Philadelphia Writers Conference, The North Wildwood Writers Conference, several Romance Slam Jam conferences, libraries, bookstores and adult and children’s writing groups. She is happy to meet with book clubs and group of readers. Alice Wootson is a member of several ministries at her church: Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church in Philadelphia. She and her husband leave one son at home every winter to watch their three dogs so they can be ‘Snowbirds’ in the Orlando area. She uses any spare time she can find reading, traveling and spending time with her husband, her sons and her three grandchildren.