Bonnie Shiloh grew up in a small town in Texas and hung around long enough to date everybody in the tricounty area and snag a few college degrees before bolting for the big city. Full of work ethic and determination, Bonnie climbed the corporate ladder to a comfortable position outwardly giving the appearance of a hard, but fair corporate manager. Bonnie remained single until late in life, concentrating on her career, traveling, and expanding her social circle. Inwardly, Bonnie yearned to be more creative. Unable to paint, sing, play any instrument, or do photography, Bonnie began to write with the final goal of producing a collection of three books about exceptionally uncommon people. Not superheroes, but flesh and blood men and women who feel physical pain and whose hearts break.