They say everyone has a story to tell.
I wrote my first childish “masterpiece” at six and was immediately bitten by the writing bug. Since then, I’ve been composing nonstop, and have dabbled in multiple genres over the years, writing everything from fantasy, westerns, and horror to inspirational fiction, romance, and sci-fi. It took me a while to find my niche, but I’ve settled comfortably into the mystery/suspense genre.
Several of my earlier works have strong romantic themes, but all are infused with threads of mystery. I have a passion for folklore, myth, and urban legends and that attraction usually factors into my writing. You’ll find threads of archaic tales and mysterious places woven throughout many of my novels.
I am a member of the Mystery Writers of America, the International Thriller Writers, and a past president of the Central Pennsylvania Writer’s Organization. If I’m not camped out at my keyboard or have my nose buried in a book, I’m likely looking up blurry images of cryptids on Google, sorting through vintage photographs, or imagining life as a cat.
In closing, I leave you with twelve random and riveting facts :
12 Weird and Stupid Facts about Me:
- My favorite number is 12. Surprised aren’t you?
- Although I only have one cat (Raven), I suffer from OCD—Obsessive Cat Disorder
- I saw a UFO when I was 6 (don’t laugh!)
- I’ve taken two trips in search of the legendary Mothman
- I’m passionate about folklore, urban legends, and cryptozoology
- I like to watch bats soar overhead at twilight
- I enjoy reading almost any book about Robert F. Kennedy
- If I could have a superpower, I’d choose the ability to fly
- I have a bizarre fear of bears
- I like exploring old graveyards
- I’m fascinated by American history and earth sciences
- As riveting as they are, these facts are subject to change