Amy Turn Sharp is a wild mama from Ohio. She has recently left her career in education to write her first novel and assist her dreamy British carpenter hubby in his passion for restoring old homes. She tracks her life on doobleh-vay.blogspot.com blog and runs a small cottage industry called littlealouette.etsy.com where she and hubby make wooden toys and maple teethers. She loves to re-purpose vintage children's furniture and at all times has at least 7 projects brewing. Her goal in life at this point is to have an essay on NPR. She really likes radishes, spoonerisms, and chicken korma.