Being A Writer
I am a novelist, freelance writer, book reviewer, and essayist who enjoys writing about things on the fringe: teetering dangerously on the edge is much more interesting than standing safely in the middle. I am passionate about social justice, women’s issues, and adult literacy. When not lost in words and commas, I’m most likely being snarky with my kids or making gooey desserts for the grand-kids.
I am a member of International Thriller Writers, Women’s Fiction Writers’ Association, Writers’ League of Texas, and National Book Critics Circle. I have recently become a volunteer with Literacy Instruction for Texas (LIFT), a wonderful organization which helps truly amazing and inspirational adults learn to read.
Fun Facts About Me:
I’m crazy about noisy clocks, fuzzy blankets, anything pink, music boxes, and all things Santa Claus. I love shopping for purses (not the expensive kind), nightgowns, and flip-flops. I’ve been a bibliophile since I was six. And I HATE the word normal.
Magical realism zaps readers back in time in this edgy upmarket historical suspense series, seductively twisting past and present.
Soon to be querying agents! If interested, please let me know.
My article Don’t Go It Alone – An Introvert’s Guide to Building a Writing Community was featured in the March 2017 edition of The Writer magazine.
My article The Genius Behind Story Genius – Ten Writing Insights From Brain Science Guru Lisa Cron was featured in the August 2017 issue of The Writer magazine.
Tech Help: Thirty-five Tech Products to Help Revolutionize Your Writing was featured in the November 2017 issue of The Writer magazine.
Should a Writer Ever Write for Free? was featured in the January 2018 issue of The Writer magazine.
More to follow in 2018!