Ransom Nobel – Guest Author


I want to welcome Ransom Noble to my blog as a guest author. What a smart lady you are Ransom. I don’t know about other women (especially Baby Boomers, which I am) but I love to see women succeed in life and Ransom is one of those great women.

Tell us a little about yourself, Ransom.

I love reading and writing. I can’t remember when it began, but I’ve always loved the written word from both positions. . I know I started making up stories around 1 year old, because we got a TV around that time. Mom would catch me watching it (when it was off) and asked me what I was doing. Apparently I told her it was more fun to watch when it was off because I was making up my own shows. I also enjoy movies and playing games with my husband and our friends.

Is it true that you are an engineer?

Yes, I earned an engineering degree at University of Iowa in Iowa City.

I think that’s great. So much for the old adage that women aren’t good in sciences and engineering. You are a great example to other writers and women. Tell me about your books.

Science Fiction and Fantasy Anthology: Ruins Metropolis, by Hadley Rille books
Upcoming: The Art of Science, YA novel by 4RV Publishing, LLC.

I’ll be watching for your upcoming book. How do you find time to write?

When I got out of college, I took a couple correspondence courses because I wanted to learn more and give myself an excuse to write, but work often made me too tired to do it on my own. Still, I finished my first novel while working as well as several short stories and some unfinished novels. Now I write full-time, as well as being a stay at home soon to be mom.

Congratulations, Ransom. Can you tell us where to find more information about you?

You can find me at http://www.ransomnoble.wordpress.com

Thank you for coming over to my blog today.

I’d like to invite everyone back tomorrow for more insight into Ransom and her writing.
Thanks for being here, Ransom.

Thanks for having me, Dianne.

Author: diannegsagan

Dianne G. Sagan has written over 25 books and more than 300 articles in her 20 years as a ghostwriter and published her own work traditionally and indie. She writes fiction and nonfiction. She's an experienced speaker at writers' conferences in the region and an experienced facilitator for writers classes and workshops.

6 thoughts on “Ransom Nobel – Guest Author

  1. Ransom is indeed an interesting person. I’ve “known” her online for some time now, but I keep learning more about her on each stop.

    Her book is in the process of being finished at the editing and illustration end. It’s going to be a good book.

  2. Fun interview with Ransom. Congratulations on the upcoming new member, Ransom. Looking forward to seeing your book in print too. See you all in the postings


    Women can do many things. My father owned a car repair/gas station. When I was around 20 he had a massive heart attack and I had to run it for over a year. I even pumped gas and checked the oil.


  4. It takes courage for a young woman to walk away from your first career and dive into writing full time. Good luck with all your books!

  5. Thanks, everyone! I hope everyone knows that gender doesn’t hold you back unless you let it. Women – and men – can do anything.

  6. Very interesting interview. Three cheers, Ransom. I too, worked in engineering. Glad there are some other women showing up from a hard science background!!


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