I'm a newly published author. My first book "Sister Light" is available online and in bookstores everywhere. I've been writing from a young age. Always a devoted reader, my family fed my addiction to the written word for years before I picked up my first pen and joined those who had come before me.
I'm a free-spirited kind of person who would rather be happy than anything else. I enjoy movies (of all genres), music (a little bit of everything makes my day), and, most of all, books. If it can be read, it will be!
I'm happily married with two furry children. My husband is incredibly accomodating for being married to a writer. I know I'm not easy to live with, but he makes it seem like a breeze.
I have several more works in the process, including a sequel to my fantasy novel. The sequel is entitled "Sister Dark", and a third book in the works for this series as well. I'm working on three more novels, two supernatural modern-day, and one supernatural erotica. I have a children's story that is shaping up nicely, too, plus another fantasy novel.
My goal is to leave one helluva mark on the world around me, so I'm just going to squint one eye and tilt my head until I come up with whatever is going to achieve that mission in life!
Just wanted to stop in and say hi and also let you know that my "Back to School" sales promotion for authors and publishers is ending soon.
If interested in cover design or book illustration at less than publisher's normally discounted pricing and want to reserve your spot in the short amount of time left in 2008 (and my calendar is filling fast) visit my site or call me:
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