Author R.Z. Halleson has been a writer for most of her life, first for employers, and then as a novelist. She feels that, although her earlier efforts got fairly good reviews, she has grown a great deal in skills and style.
Now, approaching the age of eighty-three, she is ready to move forward with new material for all those who are part of the Silent Generation (born between 1925 and 1945). She says, "Don't count us out yet. Lots of us are still above the grass."