Writer, self-published author, creator of irreverent characters with a twist.
What motivates you to write fiction novels?
An active imagination helps. I see things in everyday events, in people I've known, places I've been and my mind's eye takes over. When an idea is rattling around for more than a few minutes, the story and the characters unfold. When I can see the character, it's easier to understand their nature. Creating something that entertains, amuses and causes the reader to see things from different perspectives is a challenge I relish.
Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
In third grade I became enthralled with the Hardy Boys Mysteries. They ignited my passion for reading so much that I decided to write one of my own. A stern geography teacher quashed my ardor. The desire was always there, but time was fleeting. Since escaping the corporate world, the passion to write has been rekindled and I'm reinventing myself as a writer.
We scramble about our lives managing the daily routines of family, career, the economy, and the demands they place on our ability to cope. It's become a balancing act. This fast track can easily distort your perspective. Keep this beautifully illustrated happiness traveler's guide handy to remind you about what is most important in life.
Samantha Raven and Michael Stone meet through a bizarre circumstance, or so they think. Samantha is a clairvoyant with the unique ability to read unspoken thoughts. She cannot, however, read Michael's, a circumstances she has never encountered before, and one that draws them together. The Shadow Walker unearths a bizarre mystery that claims their future.