Audrey Gene

Do not waste your life waiting for wings.                                   

               Trust that you can already fly.  

 



Who am I?



It depends on who you ask!


If you ask my husband, he'd say I am a goofy, adventurous, nature-loving, bleeding-heart animal lover. A woman who loves to travel and experience new things. He'd say he loves me no matter what, but he loves me the most when my hair is a mess and I'm in my pyjamas.


If you ask my family, they'd say I'm an extremely kind and sensitive soul with more compassion than I can handle. They'd say they are proud of me and love the woman I have become . . . even if I do go home and revert back to the little girl they’ve already had to raise. What? I am still their little girl!


If you ask my friends, I'm sure they'd say I am a fun, down-to-earth, great person, just not one they see as often as they used to. Sorry, writing has really kept me housebound!


Now, if you ask my old high school English teacher, he'd probably say I was a hard-working, average English student. Yes, he would say "average" English student (I hope it isn’t too obvious), but he'd also say that I was a very nice, friendly girl who got along with everyone.


Okay, now for me.


If you ask me, I would say that I am a happily married woman, blessed with the most amazing family, friends, and pets. I am the person everyone would say I was, perhaps though, with a little extra craziness mixed in. Thankfully, my "crazy" has coloured me with an active imagination that has sent me on a fantastic journey into the unknown.


With thrilling adventure, a little paranormal activity, and of course romance, I have found the pages of my novel, Of the Dragonfly. It continues to be a wonderful ride.


Thank you for taking the time to discover who I am. I truly hope you enjoy my book. In the meantime, love your life and live your dreams.

 

Audrey Gene



Fiction Author

                                                                                    Images by Shauna Kenworthy Photography