Frank, the creator of Ceci’s sixth grade class prophecy, decided that she was going to be an author. “But I want to be a nurse!” she said, in her typically bossy style.
“You can’t be a nurse because Jennifer is going to be a nurse and she asked first. Be a writer, you’re good at that.”
As it turns out, she became both. She started her career as an oncology nurse at a world-renowned research hospital, and eventually utilized her writing skills to become a successful medical writer.
At a friend’s wedding in 1989 she met her soul mate, a young Irish carpenter who just happened to be the brother of the groom. He returned to the United States a year later and they were married in 1991.
Although not raised in New Jersey, when she heard that “Jersey girls don’t pump gas,” Ceci decided that she wanted to be a “Jersey Girl” so they relocated there. The move might have also had something to do with the pharmaceutical industry but those details have grown a bit fuzzy. Now she and her husband live in Southwest Florida.
With their youngest graduating from college, Ceci is looking forward to writing many more “happily ever after’s.”
Her first novel Highland Solution was released in September 2013, followed by her second novel, Highland Courage in March 2014. Both books were released again in June 2014 by Duncurra LLC.