Carol J. Bova

Carol J. Bova spent thirty-five years in business and nonprofit administration in New York and California before she found a new lifestyle as a writer in Mathews County. She plans to publish a second “Chestnut Springs” novel, “Breaking the Eighth” this year and an ancestor’s biography for a genealogy client. After working on the Piankatank/ Gwynn’s Island TMDL steering committee, she wrote “Drowning a County: When Urban Myths Destroy Rural Drainage,” that addressed the impact of the Virginia Department of Transportation maintenance failures on properties and waterways.