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In 1977, Bette Nordberg graduated with a BS in Physical Therapy from the University of Washington. Since 1990, she has been published in periodicals, in drama venues, devotions, and books, both fiction and non-fiction. Her fiction projects include the award-winning Serenity Bay (Bethany House Publishers, 2000); Thin Air (Bethany House, 2002) and Genoa Bay (Monarch, 2009)
Non Fiction projects include Encouraging Words for the First Hundred Days (AMG Publishers. 2003) Bette and her husband Kim (married 32 years) have four children, two college graduates and two WSU students. They make their home in Puyallup, Washington.