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All About Vivi Andrews

Vivi Andrews was born and raised in Alaska, and still lives in the Last Frontier when she isn’t bouncing around the globe. After graduating from Northwestern University, Vivi tested out a variety of careers—from the movie industry to accounting—but kept coming back to her first two loves, writing and travel. She lived in nine cities—on two continents and one tropical island—while pursuing her dream of writing romance professionally.

In 2009, Vivi won the Golden Heart Award, presented by the Romance Writers of America®, and her debut novella, The Ghost Shrink, the Accidental Gigolo & the Poltergeist Accountant, hit the digital shelves. Since then, Vivi has written and released over twenty paranormal romance novels & novellas, including the popular Serengeti Shifters series.

Vivi is currently hard at work on her next happily-ever-after. For more about her books or the life of a nomadic romance author, please visit her blog Ramblings from the Road viviandrews.blogspot.com, email vivi@viviandrews.com or stop by her website www.viviandrews.com.

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Vivi's Fun Facts

Ruby Nickname:
Arctic Ruby

Hometown:
Anchorage, Alaska

Age:
30

GH Year(s)
2009

Completed Manuscript(s)
Twenty-ish.

Genre(s):
Contemporary & Paranormal Romance

Started Writing:
1993

Day Job:
Writing full time (since 4/2009)

For Fun:
READING. Travel, swimming, watching movies, dancing, hiking, skiing, and a recent addiction to Wii Sports.

Blog Posts from Vivi

Fangirl Friday – January 29th Edition

Happy Fangirl Friday!  I hope you’re still WILDLY productive in the writing sprints and stacking up lots of words (or edited pages).  When you need a break and are ready for some reading time, we’re here for you and so are some of our Rubies with new releases this week.  (As always, feel free to […]

Fun with Revisions

The Winter Writing Festival is underway and if you’re writing a first draft, I hope the new words are piling up higher every day!  Me?  I’m working on revisions.  My New Year’s resolution for this year was that I was finally going to revise my old Golden Heart-winning manuscript and turn it into something that […]

Fangirl Friday – January 22nd Edition

Hello and welcome to another week of Fangirl Friday, when we gush about new books, discounted books, and free releases!  I hope the festival is treating you well – if you’re looking for a good read to reward yourself, we’re here for you. (As always, feel free to share your own book thoughts/news in the comments, […]

Fangirl Friday – January 15th Edition

Happy Fangirl Friday!  I hope you’re enjoying the Winter Writing Festival and getting lots of words piled up.  Keep on writing!  But if you’re looking for a great read to reward yourself when you need a break, check out these awesome new releases! (Including a Ruby Debut this week!!!) Fangirl Friday is the day when […]

Fangirl Friday – January 8th Edition

Happy Fangirl Friday! Today we celebrate new releases, freebies and discounts.  If you know of new releases or discounts, please feel free to add them in the comments.  Our annual writing festival starts on Monday, but today is all about READING!  And now, to the releases! New Releases: I’m thrilled to present two new Ruby […]

Fangirl Friday – Happy 2016 Edition!

Happy New Year!  I hope 2016 brings you happiness and good fortune.  Here at the Ruby site we’ll be starting our annual Winter Writing Festival soon (and I couldn’t be more excited!), but in the mean time get your goals ready and take a peek at the new releases from the Rubies this week.  As […]

Fangirl Friday – Merry Christmas Edition!!!

Today we’re having a modified/shortened version of Fangirl Friday as we celebrate with our families.  Wishing you and yours the merriest and most joyous of holidays!  And if you’re unwrapping an ereader or tablet and you’re looking for a book to break it in, be sure to check out Laurie Kellogg’s Baby, I’m Back which […]

The Stories We Tell

We’re all storytellers and in this holiday season, when events that will become family lore are taking place, I’ve found myself thinking a lot about the stories we tell and how they shape us. Not just the big stories – the books, the plotlines – but the little stories. Spending time with the Hawaiian side […]

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