The author, W. Mason Dunn, born in Bossier City, Louisiana, received her undergraduate degree from Texas College in Business Administration and earned a graduate degree in Public Administration from the University of Oklahoma. She is an established professional in the Human Resources Department at Florida A&M University, where she has been employed for the last eight years. Before joining the staff at Florida A&M, she worked for 12 years as a higher education counselor for the military while traveling with her husband before he retired from the Marine Corps after 20 years of service. The breadth of her personal and professional experiences have contributed enormously to her fascinatingly inspirational writings. W. Mason Dunn captures from a rich slice of American life, brought to light in this compelling story, More Than Sisters. W. Mason Dunn hits the mark with her new novel, moving you through the full range of emotions – joy, pain, laughter, tears, and triumph!
Mrs. Dunn has been married for 30 years to now retired Marine, Donald Michael Dunn. She is the proud mother of two young, adult children, Michael Stewart Dunn and daughter, Ashley Elaine Dunn.
Mrs. Dunn participated in many writing and speech competitions in her younger years. She traveled her home state of Louisiana participating in numerous contests, winning many of them. One of her most memorable competitions was the “Voice of Democracy Contest”. Mrs. Dunn was originally interested in journalism until she took her first accounting class in college, which catapulted her career in a different direction. However, inspired by her award-winning sister, screen and play write, Judi Ann Mason (“Sister Act II; Back In The Habit”, “A Different World”, “I’ll Fly Away”), Mrs. Dunn never lost her love and passion of writing.
- Mason Dunn remains grounded with her hobbies of reading, writing, and crossword puzzles, stemming from her early years growing up in the church. Most poignantly, her gifted words in More Than Sisters, acknowledges that “Your walk is not alone.” This is an extraordinary read!