Laurin Wittig

Laurin Wittig

Laurin Wittig wandered the world for many years spending time in Europe, North Africa and various areas of the US. She wandered from an anthropology degree from Brown University to a Masters of Public Health from Tulane and then spent years teaching and writing about computers in Washington, DC.

She eventually wandered into fiction writing then strayed a bit further until she discovered the world of romance novels where she has happily hung up her coat, slipped off her shoes and settled in for a nice long stay.

Enjoying this settled period, Laurin explored the world of medieval Scotland, delving into her Scottish roots, digging into the history she shunned in college and generally indulging her enthusiasm for learning about other cultures. The result of that exploration is The Devil of Kilmartin,/b>, Laurin's first novel, which will be released from Jove as a Highland Fling title in September, 2002.

Laurin is a two time finalist for the Romance Writers of America's Golden Heart Award and The Devil of Kilmartin has won both the Emily and Marlene awards for unpublished writers. She has been married for sixteen years and juggles the requirements of being a mom, wife, daughter and writer while only dropping the ball occasionally. These days she does most of her wandering in her imagination.

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