Lecy McKenzie Pritchett was born and raised in Bastrop, Louisiana, the eighth of nine children to Paul and Isabel McKenzie, on September 17, 1951. Lecy attended college in Monroe, Louisiana, and moved to El Dorado, Arkansas in 1970, working as a physician’s assistant. Lecy moved to Houston, Texas in 1989, and began a career in real estate management. Today, Lecy works in Houston, at TRW Modernfold Company, and makes her home in Katy, Texas, a darling little community, with her husband, John.
Lecy is the mother of five, children, Morris Mashaw, Eric Morrison, Heath Pritchett, Michael Pritchett, and Rachel Pritchett, and has one grandson, Joseph. My children, Lecy writes, are the greatest creation of mine, and nothing means more to me than them.
Lecy’s great passion in life was always writing. In High School, she gave away over a hundred stories, and her family joked with her about always having a notebook in her hand, with one great novel or the other in various stages of completion. She would write her inner most thoughts, and she was amazed when people told her they were good. She loved writing about everything in life, but her best stories were those about super natural encounters, a gift she got from her mother. My mother would have been a great author, Lecy writes, but a young marriage, children, and poverty dominated her life, and never gave her a chance. She always had faith in me, and now, with my fifth novel in publication, I hope I honor that faith and her memory.
Lecy’s other novels are A Ghostly Cry, Ghost Stories My Mother Told Me, SideTrack The Maze of Horror, and Soul Survivor The Island of Terror. Lecy invites you to visit her website for a review of all her books, ordering information, and for her coming soon section.
Lecy’s website is www.lecysghostlybooks.com, and her promise to you are there are many more books to come.