I drink copious amounts of coffee while writing light and dark fiction. It is an obsession of mine (both coffee and writing). I love to create different worlds people can delve into. Whether set in our world, or a fantasy I love to push my characters through experiences that most of us can relate to. We've all been embarrassed by our own actions. We've all had those moments you wish you could take back. We've all had the naked-on-the-first-day-of-school dream. Our idiosyncrasies are what make us human. I love to force those traits on my characters and see how they cope with them.
My fiction tends to have elements of both light and dark in them. However, some are more dark or more light than others. If you are unsure, please look closely at the covers. They will always match the feel of the story.
A demonic howl rips through the air. Panicked voices call out. Women race through the fields to the sanctuary of their walled village. The wolf howls again. Men barricade the entrance, daughters are wrapped in the protective arms of their mothers. Sons race to assist their fathers.
My name is Ashleigh. I am better known as Little Red Riding Hood, but... I am the big bad wolf.
Amy thought she had it all together. Her goals were set and she was working toward them seamlessly while practicing her peace-loving philosophy.
Her world of blissful ignorance crumbles when Travis, a blond paramedic with a body that can stop a truck, waltzes in to open her eyes... Just after Murphy, and his pesky law, paint a target on her back.