Bitten by the writing bug in the fifth grade, Bonnie Schroeder never recovered. She pursued the craft of writing in many shapes, but narrative fiction remains her first love.
Her published short stories include “The Gift,” “The Go-Between," "What's in a Name?," "A Losing Game," and "Vigilantes"—which also took First Place in the 2019 Idaho Writers Guild's short story contest. She was also a finalist in the ABQ Writers Co-Op bosque Fiction contest for her short story "Intervention."
When Bonnie's not writing, she enjoys spending time with her four-legged friend Thunder, a furry white bundle of unconditional love. Thunder is a registered Therapy Dog, and her job is to make people smile, which she does just by existing. Bonnie says, "My job is to hold her leash during our visits to nursing homes, schools, and hospitals."
"Writing is not just a job for me, it’s a passion, maybe even an addiction. All I know is that, when I’m not writing, I get even weirder than usual. The only cure is to sit at my desk . . . and write."