Anita Dixon Thomas is an aspiring author who writes fiction with a real-life twist.
A Clinical Social Worker by day, a novelist on her spare time, she began writing her debut novel after she found an old journal one day while cleaning out her closet.
A Seattle native and a movie buff, she loves to travel, cook and entertain friends. Currently residing in the boondocks of Powder Springs, Georgia, look for her next novel, Leaving Henry...Fall 2023.
"Anything you say or do can be used in a story."
Anita Dixon Thomas
Anita's fictional characters dabbled in murder and mayhem sometimes.
Her fictional characters are often witty and off-the-wall.
Anita's Fictional Stories Always Have More Than One Twist.
Anita's hometown, Steilacoom, WA on Puget Sound inspired her first two fiction novels, She Was A Fly in the Wrong Soup and Strange Occurrences, The Saga Continues...
A honor graduate from the University of Washington, Anita majored in nursing the first three years of college, then the counseling bug hit her and she switched to social work.
Fun Fact: Anita went to journalism school for a semester at the University of Washington, but had to drop out after her daughter was born.
Anita wrote articles for the Seattle Medium Newspaper in the late 1980's. During her tenure she interviewed Jesse Jackson. At the time, he was running for President.
Anita as a baby, held by her beautiful mother in 1958.
Anita, with her beautiful mother. She was 31 when Anita was born. Now at 94, she still has her wit and beauty. Anita's fourth fictional novel, Leaving Henry, is about her mother growing up in the south during the depression
Excuse me while I take off and create a scene.
The three questions most asked by readers is: Are you one of the characters in the book? Is this a True Story? I didn't want the story to end. When is your next fiction novel coming out?