Ann is the editor for newsroom’s various feature pages and publications: Out & About, Lifestyle, You Saw It, Outside, Food, Home & Garden, Pets and Books.
Bachelor’s degree from Taylor University in Upland, Ind.
Ann is a Colorado native. She has worked at The Daily Sentinel since 1997 in the positions of Copy Editor, Reporter and Features Editor.
Ann is married and has two children. She enjoys running, reading, knitting, cycling, skiing, hiking, theater, art and live music.
Area authors finalists for Colorado Book Awards … more
It would be easy to turn this story into something that makes me look really good. But the reality is that I was … more
Local author highlighted at event … more
‘Monument Road’ author featured at signing … more
Center hosts author event … more
December’s ho ho ho has given way to January’s ho hum hum. … more
The chill of December is always offset by the warmth of the holidays. … more
Book-signings, events scheduled … more
Bookstore launches Discover Friday … more
November and the end of Daylight Saving Time are here — did you remember to turn your clocks back an hour … more
Book-signings set for ‘Biggest Bucks’ … more
With big names and a packed schedule, The Language of the Fantastic literary festival is set to fill and inspire … more
Click here to read Chapter 11 “This is the most wonderful thing in the world! Turquoise and diamonds are … more
Click here to read Chapter 10 “Tasered again,” Davis thought, who knows how long after hitting the … more
We hadn’t been in the Fairy Caves 10 minutes when Melinda Mawdsley turned to me and enthusiastically … more
Click here to read Chapter 9 “Whoa,” Boots let out a long breath as he surveyed the scene. The gallery … more
With temperatures still in the 90s, it’s difficult to imagine that the first day of autumn is right around … more
More than a year ago, Liz Zipse and Kip Patrick packed a couple backpacks and flew to the Philippines to see whale … more
Click here to read Chapter 7 “Think English!” Tater yowled. “Chinese turns my head … more
Click here to read Chapter 5 “It’s for you,” Boots said, handing the letter to Davis. Davis … more