"I write fiction," says the character Sir Crawft in my zombie comedy, Ambulatory Cadavers. This is the best excuse that I myself can give. What sort of books do you write? Why are you so detached from reality? Why did you shave your eyebrows?
"I write fiction."
Currently, I am deep in a space opera universe, writing on themes of isolation, yearning, and deity.
Tomorrow? I may be writing vampires. Or Vikings. One never knows where the muse will strike next, nor with what.
I was born under Cancer, hence my love of seafood. Raised and homeschooled on the edge of the woods with too many horses and cats and dogs and chickens. Chickens are vile. But fun to chase.
I drew and painted since before I can remember and starting writing not long after. I wanted to live stories. Writing was the best way to do that. Although I picked up sewing at some point along the way. I took correspondence courses with the Institute of Children's Literature and during that course, wrote my first book, which I had actually started writing at the age of thirteen. The book was published by Indie Press, Little Bird Publishing House in 2014. A Hole in the Ice. Recently, Little Bird had to close its doors, but now all four of my titles previously published by them are self-published. And I plan on adding more until I drown in them.