Rhonda Hagerman writes women’s fiction and cozy mysteries. She was raised on the shore of the millpond in a little country village and is fascinated by the lives of the pioneers who carved her hometown out of the dense Michigan forest.
In Rhonda’s former professional life she was a technical writer who longed for the freedom to use adjectives, tropes and charming settings. These days when Rhonda isn’t living vicariously through her characters, she spends her time researching genealogy or volunteering at her local historical society. She and her mother are currently co-writing a novel about a small town museum curator whose sleuthing grandmother drags her into a desperate situation.
You can see what inspires Rhonda’s stories and follow the genealogy journey on her blog: www.seekingmrdavison.com