About Me

Hello! My name is Allison Wells.

I am a weaver of stories. They’re not too fanciful and I’m certainly not the most eloquent of writers. I write stories of hope and redemption, as well as stories of learning to love. Stories that will slip into your soul and grab hold, hopefully leaving you a little lighter and a little further in your journey than you were before.

I thought it would be fun to do a list of things about me… So here we go…

  1. Sweet tea is my self-admitted addiction. I carry my tumbler of tea with me everywhere.
  2. Tattoos are my other addiction. Last year I added three to my collection.
  3. I have Cruella DeVil hair naturally – it’s half dark brown and half silver. I started growing out the gray when Covid started.
  4. I am a freelance writer for several regional publications and I love getting to meet amazing new people, but I do not love cold-calling people!
  5. I am a Clemson alumna and I still live close enough to hear football games on Saturdays.
  6. I’ve wanted to be a published author since I was twelve. I was in my thirties when that finally came true!
  7. My husband was my high school best friend and my college sweetheart. His name is Marshall and he’s an IT guru and a video producer.
  8. We have four children – one daughter and three sons.
  9. My favorite color is turquoise.
  10. I used to be a trombone player and I played from fifth grade all the way through college.
  11. I follow the philosophy that to be early is to be on time, to be on time is to be late, and to be late is to be left behind.
  12. I’m an Enneagram 3, which means I’m the achiever who is driven but also scared of failure.
  13. My best friends and I are referred to as the Bacon Tribe. Just go with it.
  14. I’m of Scottish ancestry. 
  15. If I were to give a TED talk it would be on one of the following:
    1. Writing a book
    2. Adoption
    3. Having a child with a food allergy
    4. Metastatic breast cancer

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