Sylvie Kurtz Books & Biography
Flying an eight-hour solo cross-country in a Piper Arrow with only the aeroplane’s crackling radio and a large bag of M&M’s for company, Sylvie Kurtz realised a pilot’s life wasn’t for her. The stories zooming in and out of her mind proved more entertaining than the flight itself. Not a quitter, she finished her pilot’s course and earned her commercial license and instrument rating. Since then, she has traded in her wings for a keyboard where she lets her imagination soar to create fictional adventures that explore the power of love and the thrill of suspense. When not writing, she enjoys the outdoors with her husband and two children, quilt-making, photography and reading whatever catches her interest. Awards/nominations:BROKEN WINGS was a Golden Heart finalist in 1995. In 1996, SILVER SHADOWS won the NOLA Novel Beginnings contest. In 2000, ONE TEXAS NIGHT was a Romantic Times nominee for Best First Category Romance and a finalist for a Booksellers Best Award in the Romantic Suspense category.