Shiloh is a bookworm who grew into an author. Writing has been a way of life for her since grade school. She majored in English, graduated and eventually found success with a few good publishers. January 1, 2016 Shiloh officially went Indie. In her words, "The only time I'm truly free is when I'm writing."
Her books are thoroughly edited, proofread and exceptionally well-crafted.
As a survivor of hardship and chronic disease, she takes one day at a time and treasures the simple things in life. Shiloh is a Christian, loves animals and practices being kind and generous every day.
Her achievements include The Golden Wings Award for her debut novel The Satellite, the UK Nobel Pin and Editor’s Choice Award for her poem The Lonely Man, numerous 5 Star Reviews from Fallen Angels Reviews, InD’tale Magazine, and other professional reviewers for novels published under former pen names.
Her novel Forever in Darkness became a finalist in the 2017 RONE Awards.
Writing stories you’ll live in!
“When trouble comes knocking…slam the door.”
Camille’s battle with PTSD continues and a new, startling turn of events shake her world once more. Will this courageous nurse with a traumatic past ever catch a break?
When another woman sets her sights on Shade, claws come out. Nurse verses female soldier in this exciting passionate romance.
Love is just a link away.
Can two victims of evil intent escape the clutches of a crazed pair of women driven by greed? Even if Camille and Shade make it out alive, will the bond formed during captivity lead to a future together?
There are some wounds even the most powerful love cannot heal.
In a page-turning whodunit tale of betrayal and suspense, the villains continually shift until the very end. Only the Rain Riders blazing in from the Dakota skies on fiery black horses have the power to stop them, and a spiritual Ghost Dancer summons the rare shadow shifter to lead the way!
Darkness battles light in this drama between muses and their author. Has she created monsters or heroes? Will she choose Booker and send the others packing or write them all off the page and out of her heart forever?