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About Author
Dixie Lee Brown Dixie Lee Brown
  • Writing: Contemporary Romance, Historical Romance, Romantic Suspense, Paranormal Romance
  • Country: United States
  • Books: 7
  • Profession: Bookkeeper
  • Born: 1 December
  • Member Since: May 2017
  • Profile Views: 6,649
BIOGRAPHY

Dixie Lee Brown was born the youngest child of a farming family in the Black Hills of South Dakota and remains a small-town girl at heart to this day. Her nomadic family, consisting of her parents, a brother and a sister, moved around a lot as she was growing up. From South Dakota to Washington to Montana and places in-between, Dixie changed schools every year until the eighth grade. She compensated by being a model student, and books became her friends early in life.

Dixie graduated from high school in Missoula, Montana, where she married, started a family and then moved to Central Oregon. She enrolled in night classes at the local community college with an eye toward an accounting degree, but sometimes life events get in the way and goals change.

For the past several years, Dixie has worked as a bookkeeper for a real estate developer. Four years ago, her dream of becoming a published author was realized. Since then, she’s published six romantic suspense novels and is currently writing a new series of three. Two dogs and a cat keep her company on a small acreage near Bend. When she’s not writing, reading or plotting a new book, she’s likely on her way to the beach.

Popular Book
  • Dixie Lee Brown

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Genre: Romantic Suspense

Heart of a SEAL (Hearts of Valor)

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Interview

  • On 19, 08 2017

    Dixie Lee Brown interview

    Dixie was born at South Dacota in a farming family and is still a simple small town girl at her heart to this day. Being born in a nomadic family creates many distressful situations for her sometimes, worst of them was moving from school to school. As a reason, she had litterally no friends at all that caused her to speak less and read more why books became her friends... read full interview