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More than you wanted to know about author Anne Hagan...

Author Anne HaganAuthor Anne Hagan and her wife became foster parents in late 2019. Caring for children takes up much of her time these days, but she still writes every minute she can.

Anne and her family live in a tiny town that’s even smaller than the Morelville of her first fiction series and they wouldn’t have it any other way. Her wife grew up there and has always considered it home. Though it’s an ultra-conservative rural community, they’re surrounded there by family, longtime friends and many other wonderful people with open hearts and minds.

Anne enjoys spending time with her young charges, her adult son, with their nieces and nephews (and their seven great-nephews that they’re really still too young to have, but it is what it is) and doing many of the things you’ve read about in her bestselling books or that will be ‘fictitiously’ incorporated into future Morelville Mysteries and Morelville Cozies series books. If you’ve read about a hobby or a sport in one of her books, they probably enjoy doing it themselves or someone very close to them does.

Memberships for Anne Hagan:

Anne is a member of the Golden Crown Literary Society (under her legal name, Michelle Hagans…no, it’s not a secret) and of the Lesbian Author’s Guild. She currently serves as the Director of Marketing for the GCLS.

 5 Fun Facts About Anne:

  • She can’t carry a tune in a bucket or play a musical instrument. In fact, she has no artistic talent at all beyond writing. The ability to complete simple elementary school crafts often eludes her.
  • Anne was raised in Western Pennsylvania in a family of rabid Pittsburgh Steelers fans. Her parents leave their Christmas tree festooned with Steelers ornaments up every year until the Steelers are out of the NFL playoffs.
  • She graduated from high school at age 17 and went right into the Army. Her mother told her she’d never make it in the Army because she didn’t like to take orders from anyone. After a 21 year career of combined active duty and National Guard time, she’s the only one laughing now, and she’ll laugh all the way to the bank when those retirement checks start coming at age 60.
  • Anne is afraid of needles. As a child, she had to be pinned down for shots. During her Army career, someone typically had to hold her hand during mandatory immunization times. Blood draws have always been an adventure in near-fainting experiences for her.
  • People marvel at her sense of hearing. Nothing gets by her. Don’t try and chide her under your breath because she’ll hear you. Not only that, to bring her vision up to par with her ability to hear she had laser vision surgery years ago. Her eyes are aging now but she can still see better than most people…or so she says. Shh! She’ll hear us!