Paula Stone Tucker started writing silly stories at the age of nine. She has continued throughout most of her life. She is passionate about living life to the fullest including painting, traveling, and pursuing new experiences. She is a former journalist and a retired clinical psychologist.
An eyewitness to the May 4, 1970 Kent State shootings, Paula Stone Tucker writes compellingly of the Vietnam era, its culture and issues. She grew up in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio and graduated from Kent State University. She lives in The Villages, Florida where she writes, plays the flute and is learning to play golf.
Her first book, Surviving: A Kent State Memoir, won the Silver Medal in the Florida Writers Association in 2019 and was named one of the 20 Best Books of 2020 in Northeast Ohio. She is available for interviews. You can contact her at paulastonetucker.com or on Facebook at Paula Stone Tucker, Author. She looks forward to hearing from you and reading your reviews.