The Trifecta of Disaster: divorce, a heart attack, and a near fatal car wreck caused by a drunk driver. All within six months. This is how she survived--and thrived.
Aimee Ross is a nationally award-winning educator who has been a high school English teacher for the past twenty-five years and an aspiring writer for as long as she can remember. She completed her MFA in Creative Non-Fiction Writing at Ashland University in 2014, but she also dabbles in fiction and poetry. Her writing has been published on lifein10minutes.com, SixHens.com, and in Scars: An Anthology (Et Alia Press, 2015); Today I Made a Difference: A Collection of Inspirational Stories from America s Top Educators (Adams Media, 2009); and Teaching Tolerance magazine.
In her own words: My husband thinks I'm a crazy cat lady. My students know that I'm a nitpicky high school English teacher. My children think I'm Wonder Woman. And everyone knows that I love Ricky Martin, chardonnay, and Twizzlers. I agree with all of them.