Meredith Allen Conner’s bio:

01 Apr

After growing up in Antarctica and pioneering a revolutionary study in snowflakes and the creation of glaciers, Meredith Allen Conner moved to Siberia. There she drove a dog sled with a team of wolves, transporting yak’s milk to and from various villages where she earned the name “Nam Tuk” meaning “she-who-drives-the-goat-eating-wolves-and-we-are-happy-to-see-leave-our-village-without-losing-goats.” Ms. Conner spent several years in the vast frozen tundra before being asked to leave after an incident involving her wolves, two goats and a very large yak. She fled , um, decided to explore the warmer climates of Brazil. There she discovered a new species of tropical flower with strong aphrodisiacal properties. That in turn led to her new career as a romance writer. She now lives in Idaho and has developed a fond attachment to Chihuahuas who don’t like goats and can’t even reach their legs.


Posted by on April 1, 2011 in Idaho


5 responses to “Meredith Allen Conner’s bio:

  1. Janis McCurry

    April 1, 2011 at 9:17 AM

    Nam Tuk,

    What a wonderful life you’ve led.

  2. johannaharness

    April 1, 2011 at 10:41 AM

    It always comes back to the yaks, doesn’t it? I wish you a continued happy and yak-free existence.

  3. Brooke

    April 1, 2011 at 12:41 PM

    I certainly share your fondness for Chihuahuas. When will your new book come out?

  4. Lynn Mapp

    April 1, 2011 at 4:49 PM

    Nam Tuk, who knew two small words express so much.

  5. clarissawriter

    April 1, 2011 at 6:30 PM

    How did I not know this about you? *hides pet goat* So glad I met you post-wolf 🙂


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