Vicki’s childhood was spent whizzing through Nancy Drew books as fast as she could and sneaking the National Enquirer, explaining her love of mysteries, vivid descriptions and word selections. During the pandemic, she read some classics that won awards and fell in love with Kazuo Ishiguro after reading Never Let Me Go. Vicki’s choices are influenced by reviews and cover art, and her current favorites are The Anomaly and The Heart: A Novel.
A library science degree landed her a job with General Motors, and further jobs involved corporate and scientific libraries or training at federal agencies and law firms. Like all librarians, she’s a master at trivial pursuit games. She’s currently addicted to Wordle and loves Sudoku but couldn’t finish a crossword to save her life.
Vicki relocated to this area from Washington DC in 2020.