Writer for life — that’s me.
As a young writer, I thought Puss-in-Boots was a role model (always in love with stories!) and I emigrated by myself from Seattle to London, England at the age of 20. In London I worked as a reporter and wrote two books, Motherhunt (Headline UK) and Butterfly Eyes (Headline UK).
I came back to the US with my husband after living for 16 years in England, and won the Ohio Writer’s Contest short story prize for Salmon. My journalism, creative non-fiction, and short stories have been published in anthologies, online, and in print magazines. In 2014 I received an MFA in Creative Writing from Antioch University, Los Angeles. In 2015 my third novel The LightCatcher won an Official Selection in the New Apple Book Awards. I currently teach English at Capital University and offer editing and professional freelance writing services.
The LightCatcher : Odd twins, innocent and haunted. A psychic neighbor who thinks she’s going crazy. But doubt won’t stop this ticking clock and it’s time to hurry.