If you've found me in the vast internet universe then you probably already know I write paranormal/fantasy books. I began the journey of writing in college, graduating with a BA in English Literature from the University of South Florida. I worked odd jobs and wrote odd stories that never went anywhere except my desk drawer. From there, I got married and had three children. We adopted more children of the canine and feline species.
I lived! I laughed! I traveled! And honestly, I received more of an education after college. The life I lived and the people I loved gave me the strength to pick up the pen again. To grab the dream I'd put on hold.
I wrote and self-published the paranormal thriller First Born. It did well, and received several 5 and 4-star reviews, as well as, many awards. So I continued Audrey and Tarian's journey with First Awakened. But I had much to learn. And wanted to keep learning, growing, writing. With the help of friends, family, colleagues, agents, editors, etc. I did improve and gain knowledge. Book 3 took its sweet time unraveling in my head but finally it's complete.
First Born and First Awakened are currently off the market but will re-released soon along with the never-before released Last Chance. The trilogy has found a home at Hurn Publications. They support and love my characters and the world I created. I'm thrilled to be working with them.
Like most writers, I have a list of ideas. I keep busy writing and creating new stories. Currently, living in an imaginary world of witch covens, royal kingdoms, and dragon sacrifices. I'm involved with a small critique group of talented children writers that keeps me sharp. And for 2021, I'm a Royal Palm Literary Award judge for the Florida Writers Group.
Florida is my home state for now. It's the best state for tennis. All three of my children love the sport, and my husband and I love to watch them play. My kids are my greatest achievement. Each one a unique, intelligent, beautiful person inside and out. My own childhood was spent in many states and overseas as I'm the daughter of an Air Force retired Lieutenant Colonel. I owe my sanity to Mom and Dad. As they say, it takes a village. It certainly does!