We seem to constantly look for love, God's love or love for individuals. To me these pursuits are simultaneous, indistinguishable. We just go about it differently. To see God's love we pray traditionally, with learned words. To gain human love, we rampage, parade, fake modesty. I hope the reader will discover, as my characters and I have, that sometimes love surprises us.
Estella Slattery was born the year of the World War I armistice and has lived in the same South Dakota county most of her life. She earned two degrees from the University of South Dakota, became an English teacher, and married a teacher and former football hero. She is the mother of six living children and the proud grandmother of thirteen. The roles of mother, grandmother, and life-long Roman Catholic have afforded her many interesting challenges and inspired her writing.