Stumbling Across Disorders and Diseases

I don’t usually adhere to that old, tired adage “write what you know.” Why would I want to write about what I know? I write to move out of my regular life and explore other worlds and other people’s lives with different problems than my own. Whenever I’ve written about something close to home, it… Continue reading Stumbling Across Disorders and Diseases

Inspiring a Haunted House

Whickering Place just released yesterday, and I’m so excited about this story, the characters, and the setting. Before I even started writing, I knew I wanted to set the follow-up to The Meadows in Asheville, North Carolina. Asheville is one of my favorite towns in the world. It’s an artsy mountain setting and one of… Continue reading Inspiring a Haunted House

The Dark Side of Whickering Place

This house nearly killed me. Not literally, of course, but writing about it was not easy. Whickering Place comes out on Tuesday. This is probably one of the toughest novels I’ve ever written, for a variety of reasons. First of all, I was trying to finish it just as my best friend passed away from… Continue reading The Dark Side of Whickering Place

Monday Reads

It's Monday all over again, and here is your bi-weekly reading recommendation. What I'm reading this week: Blurb from Amazon: Zoe Maisey is a seventeen-year-old musical prodigy with a genius IQ. Three years ago, she was involved in a tragic incident that left three classmates dead. She served her time, and now her mother, Maria,… Continue reading Monday Reads

Cover Reveal for THE MEADOWS

  Hi everyone! Happy Friday... I'm so excited today to bring you the cover for my new novel coming out in October. Here's the cover and a blurb to tide you over until the book available! The new page-turning supernatural thriller from the author of Wildfell. A decades-old murder. A strange, blood-thirsty cult. And a… Continue reading Cover Reveal for THE MEADOWS