Author Annetta P. Lee
About Annetta P. Lee
Author Annetta P. Lee grew up on a farm in Oktibbeha County, the county seat at Starkville, Mississippi. During her time in grade school, she discovered a gratification for creating a world with pen and paper. She didn’t really get serious about it, however, until much later. Still, she continued to write articles, poetry, and, short stories.

Annetta, who now makes her home in Oklahoma City with her husband, Kenneth, began writing seriously in 1990. Those who read her work are moved by its inspirational quality infused with her faith, love of nature, animals and a wholesome quality that promotes a sense of comfort and encouragement. 

Her passion for writing grew more intense after April 19, 1995, when “domestic terrorism” presented in Oklahoma City at the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. At that time, Annetta worked just two blocks away and was later advised to journal her feelings as a way of coping with the horrific event that took many lives. Writing religious fiction as an expression of her faith became her source of comfort during a very challenging time.

After graduating from The Institute of Children’s Literature in 1997, Annetta achieved the dream of becoming published. Annetta used her ability to craft her first novel, a coming of age story titled A Bitter Rose, published in 2000. ​
"Write down the vision and 
inscribe it on tablets, that the one who reads it may run."
- Habakkuk 2:2