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 wanted a new adventure, my husband agreed, and our recent move to California delivered. We now live in a 15th floor condo in downtown San Diego. It's a lifestyle that's completely different than anything I've ever experienced. And I love it!
Jack and I enjoy various physical and cultural activities and our new big city life. We like to travel, and for the next few years, we plan to explore our new home state. There's a lot of California to see. Wish us luck.
I've moved around quite a bit, 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 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, really, but the act of writing 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 five interstate moves since my days in Texas, I live in downtown San Diego, California. It's a drastically different setting and lifestyle than any place else I've lived, but what's life without variety?