I divide my time between writing, editing, bulldogs, fish tanks and beaching. I love writing speculative fiction, be it space opera, high fantasy or dark paranormal. The only thing limiting my energy for fantastical worlds is the space-time continuum.
When not writing I like to work on my (very) fledgling drawing and pastel skills. I have recently become an aquarium hobbyist, and I spend WAY too much time (and money!) tinkering with my freshwater tanks, much to my husband's dismay. (I blame
I'm also known for my obsession with all things bulldog. Well, not just bulldogs, all dogs remotely related to the bully breeds. My first ever dog was a rescue Pitbull named Isabel that I got in Boston Ma. That's when I fell in love with bullys. My current bulldog is Grace. We rescued her at age 9 when we moved to FL. She's 13 now, and has survived cancer and chemo since we've had her. She got arthritis and an anxiety disorder crazier than I've ever seen, but I love her to bits. :) She has to be an only dog, though, so no French or English bulldogs for me until she crosses the rainbow bridge. (She assures me she'll live forever.)
I received my masters degree in
Writing Popular Fiction
from Seton Hill University, and I can honestly say it was the best move for both my skills as a writer and my career. I HIGHLY recommend the program to all genre writers interested in furthering their craft at the graduate level.