Alicia Perry works full-time as a programmer for a benefits management company near Sacramento, CA, and spends her spare time writing, and making jewelry.
Though she has spent the last two decades in a metropolitan area, she actually grew up in a small country town where she spent hours horse-back riding, doing artwork, and just enjoying the country life.
Alicia has been involved in theater, performing in numerous stage productions both in her home town and in the Sacramento region, and comes from a family of artists: her father was a well-known artist from the Central Valley in California, and her paternal grandmother an artist in Pacific Grove, California (where Alicia and her sisters spent several summers as children). Though Alicia did many drawings in her younger years, she now expresses her artistic abilities in her jewelry and web design.
Because of her own paranormal experiences, Alicia became interested in paranormal research. It was while doing this research that she decided to write, "The House on Miller Street", a novel centered around real paranormal events her family experienced during her teenage years.
With a heart towards helping others, Alicia has been involved with various ministries and philanthropic organizations over the years, including: Habitat for Humanity, Senior Gleaners (also known as Meals on Wheels), Samaritan's House (a soup kitchen), and a ministry that ships medical supplies to suffering countries.
One of her favorite saying is "The Secret is Love. Have you loved and been loved?"