An animal (rat) lover, feminist, and spiritualist who grew up in the mountains of Tennessee. With a deep love for fantasy, sci-fi, comedy, murder mystery, comic books, and everything inbetween.
How do you approach cover design?
A lot of different factors go into it, though I tend to take a technical approach, being an artist as well as a writer. What will be eye-catching? Does the movement hold the viewers eye? Will it interest the audience you have written for?
What are your five favorite books, and why?
Of Mice and Men- A classic, of course Gravity- Ok, so I just like Tess Gerritsen. She's awesome, and her approach of using real-life knowledge to make her mysteries more real works so well. Howl's Moving Castle- Also a movie, but the book is vastly different. They are like two totally different stories. I love them both. Gregor the Overlander- Written by the author of The Hunger Games and 200% better. Go find it! Mossflower- It's a childhood thing.
NaNoWriMo 2014 book. Last updated
Doug, a recent paraplegic, gains the power of super speed when he stumbles on an experiment he wasn't supposed to know about. The scientist is not very happy about this, so Doug must shake him off while also trying to find his place in the world. Discovering things about his completely new body lead him to discovering his real self in the process.