Lecy McKenzie Pritchett was born September 17, 1951, the eighth of nine children to Paul and Isabel McKenzie. Lecy was raised in Bastrop, Louisiana, and attended college in Monroe, Louisiana. Lecy loved to write all her life, and was especially fond of writing about encounters of the supernatural kind.
Lecy moved to El Dorado, Arkansas in 1971, and resided there until 1989, at which time she moved to Houston, Texas to begin a career in real estate management. In 1991, Lecy married her husband, John Pritchett, and they are the proud parents of four children, Morris Mashaw, Heath Pritchett, Michael Pritchett, and Rachel Pritchett, and one stepson, Eric Morrison. In 1993 John and Lecy purchased a home in Katy, Texas, a darling little community about twenty miles out of Houston. In 1997, Lecy became the office manager at Westchase Square Office Building in Houston, a position that she still holds today.
In September 2001, on her fiftieth birthday, Lecy decided to return to her first love, writing, and now through 1stBooks Library, she is a published author.
Lecy’s first novel, A Ghostly Cry, was released in October, 2002, and it was a dream come true for her. Now, her second novel, Ghost Stories My Mother Told Me, is her way of once again sharing her love with you.