An American writer and country songwriter, she actually is most widely known for The Wind Done Eliminated (2001), a book that parodies Eliminated using the Wind. Her additional published works consist of Pushkin as well as the Queen of Spades (2004) and Rebel Yell (2009). She analyzed British and American books at Harvard University or college, graduating with honors in the first 1980s. She later on became a writer-in-residence at Vanderbilt University or college in Nashville, Tennessee. She publicly stated that she was the 1st African American female to co-write lots one country track. She was created in Detroit, Michigan, and she was raised in Washington, D.C. She wedded David Ewing, a lawyer, in 1997. She published a parody of Margaret Mitchell’s popular novel, Eliminated with the Blowing wind.