Introduce Yourself: Introducing Guest Author Abbie Taylor

Good morning campbellsworld visitors and readers every-where!
It is with great pride I share this post with you.
Author Abbie Johnson Taylor has done a magnificent interview here. She’s open, honest, and speaks out for what she believes in while doing a fabulous job of promoting her writing work as well.
I hope that you will not only read, enjoy, like, share and comment on this original post but if you’re an author I hope you’ll take advantage of the wonderful opportunity given you by participating in the Introduce Yourself column this blogger provides.

The PBS Blog

I would like to extend a warm welcome to Abbie Taylor.

What is your name and where are you from?

My legal name is Abigail L. Taylor, but my author name is Abbie Johnson Taylor. I’m currently in Sheridan, Wyoming, where I’ve lived for over thirty years. I was born in New York City on June 1st, 1961. After moving to Boulder, Colorado, then Tucson, Arizona, my family finally settled here in 1973 so my father could run the family’s coin-operated machine business after my grandfather died. I went away to school in the 1980’s but came back and have lived here ever since.

Cool. What is the most annoying habit that you have?

I talk to myself. When my late husband Bill was alive, it drove him nuts at first. Then after he suffered two strokes that left his left side paralyzed, he said he liked it…

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2 Responses to Introduce Yourself: Introducing Guest Author Abbie Taylor

  1. Thank you, Patty, for re-blogging.


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