As for my novels, they're all stand-alone. Each one has different characters, a different paranormal element, different themes, and a different blend of genres. I consider them all to be paranormal, psychological thrillers, but I call them "Horror with Heart" because I think that's catchier. You can sample my novels on this website or by using the "look inside" feature on Amazon. If you end up reading one, please consider leaving a review on Amazon.
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I can often be found doing something athletic like running, working out, or hiking. I love traveling with my husband Jack, romping with and loving on our dogs, puttering around the house, and reading. In 2013, I joined Reveille Men's Chorus, and I enjoy rehearsing and performing with them or just goofing around with my Reveille brothers.
I've moved around some, but I'm originally from the Texas Panhandle. That's where I grew up, went to college, and started my career as an engineer. At 31, I took a job in Boston and moved across the country to experience big city life in New England. Five years later, I went rural. Very rural. I moved to the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont, bought twenty-something wooded acres on the side of a mountain, and built a modest log cabin to live in, just me and my dog. After a year or two in my remote cabin, inspired by things that go bump in the night and my love of reading, I wrote a horror novel. I wrote it on a whim, but the act of writing really caught hold of me. I kept at it, studied the craft, joined critique groups, and then kept at it some more.
Now, three decades, several novels, and four major moves since leaving Texas, I live in Tucson, Arizona. I enjoy life in the desert. It's a drastically different setting and lifestyle than my ten years in Vermont, but what's life without variety?