Dorothy Ann (Mack) Webb is originally from Orangeburg, S.C. where she was raised and mostly educated. In May 1970 she graduated from Wilkinson High School in Orangeburg, S.C. She obtained a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mathematics at Claflin College in Orangeburg, S.C., a Master Degree in Theological Studies at Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA, and a Master of Divinity and Master in Christian Education Degree at Apex School of Theology in Durham, N.C.
She was a professor at Apex School of Theology, a Service Representative and Claims Representative with the Social Security Administration, and a Federal Agent with the Department of Defense. She married Dan Webb of Camp Hill Alabama and to their union was their daughter LaToya who gave them three wonderful grandsons, CJ, DJ, and EJ. She survived cancer, Congested Heart Failure, and pneumonia in 2005/2006, and pneumonia three times in 2015.
Her motto is “Your willingness to work hard determines the size of your success.” Writing has been a passion of hers since 1991 when she penned her first lines as a writer. She retired from the Federal Government in January 2009 and is currently pursuing her passion as a writer. She has written five short books consisting of almost 150 short stories and one novel. She has been writing for almost 30 years and is now ready for the world to read her work.