Lorna Collins spent many years working in document control, project management, and technical writing. She and her husband, Larry K. Collins, helped build the Universal Studios Japan theme park in Osaka Japan. Lorna was the Document Control Supervisor in the Osaka field office while Larry was the Project Engineer overseeing the Jurassic Park, JAWS, and WaterWorld attractions. Upon their return to the US after 31 months in Japan, she and Larry embarked upon their writing career with their memoir of the adventure in Asia.
Lorna is easily bored, so she can't seem to settle on a single genre. She has written memoir, mystery, romance, fantasy, and historical fiction.
In addition, she is also a professional editor.
by Lorna Collins
When unemployed computer programmer Nan Burton inherits a California beach cottage from her great-great-aunt, she’s delighted. But she’s in for a huge surprise: The house is haunted by the ghost of famous romance writer Max Murdoch (pen name Maxine DuBois) who insists Nan complete his last novel, threatening to keep her from sleeping...
The Gift of Christmas: Community Presbyterian Church of San Juan Capistrano Cookbook
In 1996, as a fundraiser for Community Presbyterian Church of San Juan Capistrano’s Friends of Music, this collection of recipes was assembled with contributions solicited from current and former members. It included favorites not only from the cooks themselves, but from the congregation as a whole. We were fortunate to acquire some...
by Christie Shary, Sherry Derr-Wille, Lorna Collins, Luanna Rugh
Best friends Kimi, Melinda, Jacque, and Lilianna grew up in Aspen Grove, Colorado, but went in separate directions after high school. Now they’re invited to their twentieth high school reunion. They want to see each other again, but will they attend, and what stories will they have to share? Finding Love in Paradise by Lorna Collins...
What if a retired NYPD officer is asked to investigate a mysterious death at the National Authors Conference where various attendees offer their theories and suspicions? Murder…They Wrote answers this question as Agapé Jones, retired NYPD detective, tries to determine the truth surrounding the death of Robert Dyer, noted poet and...
Can a simple crocheted snowflake contain magic? The Sullivan sisters think so. On Christmas Eve, 1958, Great Aunt Maude gives a unique snowflake ornament to each of them: Allegra—thirteen, Sonata—twelve, Melody—nine, and Carole—eight. Years later, they learn she might have crocheted a little something extra—a bit of magic and...
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