I've been writing since I was in fifth grade, so it's been awhile. At first it was just in a journal to record my daily thoughts. Then it was poetry. I graduated to prose, more specifically novels, a few years ago.
Now I'm finally starting to publish stories. Shorts, novellas, novels, even series! So stay tuned. I'm planning on being a prolific sumbitch...
How do you approach cover design?
Usually my philosophy is the simpler the better. A good example would be the Twilight Saga book covers. The first three are really simple. I just think that a simple cover lends more to the story itself. Not that a more elaborate book cover isn't an option for me. But I'd usually go simpler before going elaborate.
What genre are your books?
I am always dreaming up story ideas revolving around a paranormal concept, so I'm very into Paranormal Fiction and even some Fantasy. Those are what I love to read and I love to write them as well. I like reading Chick Lit, but if I tried to write it, the main character would end up being turned into a werewolf or something.
Diary of a Murderess are the tales of a vigilante who rids the world of the people that she deems evil, while at the same time falling into her own. Terrence Gotham is a plague on the female population. And he must be stopped.
Yura Helsinny is the average twenty-something. After her mother died, she became the guardian to the only family she had left, her younger sister, Paloma. Now Paloma has been taken. And she soon realizes that the world as she knew it will never be the same again. Perhaps it had never been as she'd known it...