ANNE NICHOLS REYNOLDS is an award-winning author, educator, artist. archaeologist, and speaker.
She believes stepping out of her comfort zone has led her on numerous adventures throughout her life.
Some of her adventures include camping, canoeing, lobstering, fossil hunting, traveling with friends, family, and her artist friends each year to paint in various states and in Italy.
She spent a month on an archaeological dig at Caesarea Maritima in Israel and rented a car to take her to Acre and other places not on the tourist trail.
Her family is in the citrus and cattle business in Florida. Anne discovered a significant archaeological site she called Blueberry on one of their properties. This large, multi-component site which includes a pre-Columbian village is being written up, studied, and used to educate and mentor students. All artifacts are donated to the Florida Museum of Natural History.
She has been a staff writer on In The Field, Heartland’s Agriculture Magazine, and Homegrown Farmers and Cowboys, interviewing interesting people for the cover stories.
After serving three terms on the District Board of Trustees for South Florida State College, she retired and began writing novels.
In 2014 she and her husband, Charles, were the first couple to receive the Distinguished Alumni Award from Florida Southern College.
Her greatest achievements are maintaining a relationship with the Lord, and having children, grandchildren, and a wonderful, supportive husband.