Wanda DeHaven Pyle grew up on a farm in the Flint Hills of Kansas. A frequent writer of stories as a child, she always thought that one day should grow up to become a writer. Unfortunately, life had a way of intervening in best of her plans.
Wanda is descended from a long line of educators going back as far as anyone can remember. It seemed a natural course of her to take at a time when few careers were open to women. Thus, a career in education coincided nicely with marriage and children and allowed her the flexibility to be home when they were little while still pursuing her love of literature.
Wanda received her Bachelor?s Degree from Kansas State Teacher?s College in Emporia, Kansas as did her mother and her grandmother before her. She earned a Master?s Degree in Education from Wichita State University and a Doctorate in Education from Azusa Pacific University in Azusa, California. Retiring after 38 years as a teacher and administrator, Wanda decided to reinvent herself as an author and pursue a dream that had been deferred since childhood.
She lives in Claremont, California with her husband and spends her retirement years writing, traveling and volunteering her time in support off at-risk children. She authors a blog entitled School Marms and Cowboys where she records the inspirations, reflections and insights gleaned through her writing. She can be reached at https://drwandapyle.blogspot.com or email@example.com.
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