Although Blair entertained herself by creating stories from the time she was five or six years old, she never considered being a writer because her mother was a highly successful children's book author, and it never occurred to her there could be two writers in the same family.
During the years she wasn't planning on becoming an author Blair taught public school music, sang professionally, including a stint in the National Company of The Sound of Music, was editor of an educational publishing company; and, after moving to Florida, ran a costume rental business, The DreamWeaver - Costumes and Creations, for which she designed and made eighty percent of the outfits.
Only when her husband suffered a stroke and Blair became a caregiver 24/7, did she settle down to serious writing. At times, isolated between two RWA chapters sixty miles in either direction, she was certain she was the only romance author in the state of Florida. But the years 1999 and 2000 brought publication in both print and e-books, and she's been at it ever since.
Blair says: "I get up in the morning with a gleam in my eye because I know I'll soon be sitting at my computer, creating a world of my own choosing."