Frances Fuller

I, Frances Fuller, was born Frances Anderson in Wynne, Arkansas. I earned a B.A in Journalism at a great school of engineering, Louisiana Tech, plus a Masters in Religious Education at Golden Gate Baptist Seminary, and finally an M.A. in English (Creative Writing) at Hollins University. I learned to speak Arabic (sort of) at Georgetown University. I have been married to James Wayne Fuller a really, really long time. We have five children who are all geniuses in things I don’t understand. Our ten grandchildren think I exist to make apple pie. Our two great grandchildren can sometimes be caught for five minutes. For 24 years I published Christian literature in the Arabic language in Lebanon, in the middle of civil wars and invasions, and I lived to write about it, God knows how. In Borrowed Houses is the simple truth about eight years of that. We live in the foothills of the Sierras among the quiet trees. I miss Lebanon