Helen Haught Fanick's short stories have appeared in Women's Household, Midnight Zoo, Vermont Ink, and in various anthologies. Her articles and photos have been published in Texas Observer, Stepping Stones, and other periodicals. Her poem, Leaf Fall, was published in Nature's Gifts, an anthology to benefit The Nature Conservancy. She has won several local and state awards, and two national awards in the Writer's Digest Competition.
Helen's novel, Moon Signs, was a quarter-finalist in the 2011 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Awards. Subsequent books in the Moon Mystery Series are Moonlight Mayhem and Hunter's Moon. Her other works are Saving Susie and City Life, suspense novels, and Assignment Prague, a World War II espionage novel.
Helen is a graduate of The University of Texas at San Antonio with a degree in English and lives in San Antonio with her husband.
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