Donna is obsessed with the tangles of modern women. Outnumbered at home by her husband and three sons, she writes contemporary tales where whims overcome reason and power collides with circumstance.
She was born in South Africa, grew up between London and Florida, and now lives outside Washington DC.
Her fiction has appeared in print in RE:AL Literary Magazine, Compass Rose, Talking River, Amazing Graces-an anthology of DC women's fiction (Paycock Press), and Gargoyle Magazine.
on Dec. 30, 2011 :
Three times a charm - My first whip through this story was supposed to be my only - a quickie if you will and some eye candy for my train ride into town - but Moss writes like Tarantino directs, with that first quick jaunt leaving me with more questions than answers. And answers on my second read not only come, but pleasantly confirmed that my third and last read through left me more than satisfied. Moss' quips of humor, peppered throughout easy to follow prose puts me in the center of the room (or closet in this case) without having to quite down or hide from the characters - The author delivers more than a good story here and ups the ante with each additional read. Enjoy!
(review of free book)