Writing has always been in me, but recently it's been a form of stress relief and also a way to work through nightmares. I am so proud to be putting my books out for the public to read, and hopefully they will enjoy reading them as much as I have enjoyed writing them.
My books now are a way for me to be more myself that I can be. Only a rare few know the demons that lurk within and still love me for it. Thanks Coco......
What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
It's the discovery of it. I never know where the story is going until I find the end and even then I'm still shocked. I've had moments where I was writing and found myself crying because of what was happening in the story.
Brooke’s family history sounded more like a Grimm fairytale. She had read the hand written books but just figured her great grandmother wrote these stories to scare the future generations.
Logan felt he was finally getting his life back to somewhat normal until the blizzard hit.
Brooke woke in the hospital wondering what happened.
Neither of them knew the hell they were about to go through.
Officer Geoff Williams knew his wife was cheating on him. He wondered why he stayed with Annie. Lisa Clark hated that her husband flaunted his affairs but she had promised to stay with Ryan for their kids. Geoff was given Lisa's number to help him find comfort. A moment of hurting made him send her a text. A lifetime of pain grew someone close into a killer.