Cook, Connie

Connie Cook a retired social worker who was lucky enough to get employment with a local library after her retirement. She loves working with books and has to remind herself sometimes that they are to go back to the shelf and she can’t flip through them all day. She has three children and five grandchildren and, besides writing and belonging to several writer’s groups, she enjoys bicycle rides and walking, all great times to tease out a story brewing in her head. She has a BA in Sociology and a Creative Writing certificate from the University of Toronto. She has a sheaf of short fiction —— maybe what qualifies a “Flash Fiction” — that she hopes to publish someday. She is also working on her memoir.

CommuterLit posts:

“Cocoon”

“The Gum Girl”

“Singing for the Centennial”

“Cracked”