gayle roper

Award-winning novelist Gayle Roper has been writing stories for more than thirty-five years. "The nice thing about writing," she says, "is that as long as the mind functions and the hands can still type, you can turn your imagination lose." Besides her many novels, including Amish novels set in Pennsylvania Amish country and her Seaside Mystery series, she has also written non-fiction books. The lovely gardens below are at Gayle's home in southeast Pennsylvania. After losing Chuck, her husband of forty-seven years, Gayle began a blog to offer hope and comfort to others going through the journey of widowhood. Click on the blog logo to visit A Widow's Journey and find info on the new book of the same title. Learn more on Gayle's website at www.gayleroper.com.





Gayle types from the sofa in her cozy home.

An old typewriter shares space with Gayle's RITA award.


8 comments:

Ruth Axtell Morren said...

Gorgeous foliage plants!
Ruth

Gayle said...

Spring is so great for greenery! The rhodo is now wearing brown instead of pink.

Gayle

Sharon K. Souza said...

Gayle:

Your "garden spot" is incredibly gorgeous!!

Sharon

Bethany said...

That may be the greenest green I have ever seen! Beautiful!

Carrie Turansky said...

Oh I love those shady ferns! It reminds me of my yard back in Portland, Oregon.
Carrie

The Stinson Family said...

Wow, look at all the shades of Green God made!

Bev said...

I would love to read this book. Sounds fasinating. I liked the garden she shared also.

Kathy Burnett said...

I want to come to your house and relax. It looks so peaceful and beautiful