Nash Black is a life-long storyteller who specializes in crime fiction and the paranormal. After the death of her husband of forty-three years, Irene Black decided to retain their nom de plume for her publishing efforts from the newly established High Flyer Press.
Previous publications from Nash Black are four series: Spector Stories (collections of ghostly short stories), Capital Crimes Series (private investigator), Ono County Series (amateur sleuths), and Young Brothers Series (nine brothers who unit to solve crimes).
As a writer she reads the works of other writers in her field. When she enjoys a book she shares her views on Amazon as Nash Black and on the website: www.onowritersguild.com.
She was privileged to return to a small farm, Windy Knoll Farm where she is restoring the land to a native woodland. She is a member of the American Chestnut Foundation and hopes to add these lost trees to her reforestation project. Currently, she is planting nuts from a friend’s River Hickory along a stream that meanders through her property.
On a personal level she enjoys gardening, Journaling, live theater, and photography. 2016 was a banner year when her camera club used Nash Black for their annual Earth Day photography contest awards and she has each year’s winners and honorable mentions framed (poster style) hanging in her office.