Born in Chicago. Studied writing and film at Columbia College. 1979-85 Contributor Earthwise, On the Edge and other literary magazines. 1985: Judge fiction contest Nit & Wit Magazine.
on Jan. 18, 2013 :
I enjoyed this book (both stories). I would classify it as young adult fiction/sci-fi. There were a few errors and blips, but overall, it was enjoyable and a good read. B+.
I especially enjoyed Jules, the main character. She's not your typical good looking, girl next door, naive teen who only wants to be popular and fall madly in love for all eternity, like we find so often in novels these days. She's basically the Grumpy Cat of this world, if Grumpy Cat was tragically underweight.
I will also admit to wanting to follow the series enough that I found the third book (Hellhounds) and paid for it in order to indulge.
(review of free book)