Marcia Oster

I was born in St. Mary’s Hospital in Syracuse, NY, which has since been converted to a mental institution.

I have always been an avid story teller.

Tragic circumstances in my life caused me to stop writing for almost 20 years. Then, when I went into the care-giving field, I decided to open the story doorway and start writing again. That was in the late 1990s.

I was able to get two books published – April in Chicago and Her Snowman. In 2002, I got married, and my husband helped get more of my novels published.

I have a very unique way of telling my stories. You won’t know what’s next until you turn the page, so open the book and step into my story. Once you have been pulled in, I am not responsible for neglected daily duties during your journey to the last page.