I've been in love with words for as long as I can remember. I love how they can paint a picture in your mind, or make you hear the sound they portray (sniff, meow, whisper). I love the layers of nuance and emotion that can be captured by words. I love them all.
I live, work and write in Trout Creek, Montana.
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Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
I can't say I remember the first story I ever wrote; I've been writing since I was a child. Poetry, short stories, essays, the only time I wasn't writing is when I was reading.
What is your writing process?
I am a complete pantser. For me, writing is a lot like playing Barbies when I was a child. I have my characters, I put them in a situation and I imagine what those people would do and say.
The orphaned child of a runaway slave demonstrates a mysterious gift of healing. Her adoptive family must hide her wondrous power from the plantation masters. When The Civil War brings a harvest of wounded to their door, the secret is out.
Join her as she grows and builds a life of love and freedom.
Romantic, clean, historical fiction with a paranormal twist.
Geneva Nash must face her frontier life with the challenge of her hostile mother-in-law, her many children and her mysterious gift.
She and her husband Abram will endure a painful separation from their son, the dangers of the wilderness and a life-changing loss.
Union soldier Lieutenant Hixson Morris is dying on the battlefield, gut shot. But instead of dying he finds himself in the care of beautiful, mysterious Sarah Westbay who has a miraculous gift.
Sarah's tragic and troubled history is turned toward a new hope and a new beginning. In saving Hixson she saves herself. Hixson learns that he can offer Sarah something that no one else can.